The Arabic Club is a student run organization whose aim is to promote the Arabic language program on the LSU campus and to increase student enrollment and retention. The Arabic LSU club also engages native speakers by encouraging group based interaction between Arabic learners and native speakers. The club organizes events in order to expose students to Arabic culture and to increase their cultural awareness such as watching Arabic movies, dining at Arabic restaurants, visiting art exhibits, etc. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit The Arabic Club Twitter account You can also visit their Facebook page.
Bringing Italy to LSU with activities, food, fun, and friends. We are trying to provide gateway for students to learn more about the culture as well as the language. For more information, contact Andrea Morshaeuser at email@example.com. You can also visit the Italian Club Facebook page.
The LSU German Club is dedicated to promoting the appreciation of German language and culture at LSU. We do this by hosting events such as German film nights, presentations by our professors, and an annual trip to the Oktoberfest in Kenner. Follow the German Club on their Facebook page.
Sigma Delta Pi
Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, is a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of South Carolina, a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and partners with the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese and the North American Academy of the Spanish Language. Founded at the University of California, Berkeley in 1919. Follow the LSU Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda chapter on their Facebook page. Dr. Carmela Mattza (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the faculty advisor.
Student Linguistics Association
Student Linguistics Association (SLA) is a student-ran linguistics club at LSU and was founded to expand student involvement in the field outside of the classroom. Leading research events such as Linguistics Meet-up allows student researchers a formal setting to rehearse and gain critique on future conference presentations, and grants opportunities to grow among fellow student linguists. SLA promotes community, knowledge exchange, and research support among student members and linguistics faculty.
Our members are involved in a wide variety of research topics, and present findings at LSU Discover Day, The Southeastern Conference on Linguistics and departmental panels.