Ever since the days of prehistoric man, words have been bandied about over broken bread, with the cave-dwellers friendly Ugh slowly giving way to talk of love, current affairs, politics or simply what we did today. If youve ever had a hankering to bring something new to the table say, another language then members of DUs University College Modern Language faculty have the perfect soiree for you.
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A Taste of Language pairs a spread of international bites with thirty-minute lessons in a cornucopia of tongues, from everyday French and Spanish to the über-hip tones of Chinese and Arabic. Meet up tonight between 6 and 8 p.m. in Sturm Hall, 2200 East Asbury Avenue, on the University of Denver campus. The program, aimed at snagging fall students, is free, but reservations are required; make yours by August 28 at 303-871-3155 or www.universitycollege.du.edu.
Wed., Aug. 29, 6-8 p.m.