Our emerging Arabic program helps Arabic learners at Loyola find connections between classroom learning experience and multiple investments of Arabic as applied to their own worlds. Students celebrate their ability to own their Arabic learning as it fits their needs and enjoy discovering opportunities in which Arabic helps them in diverse personal contexts.

Archive for February, 2014

Chicago, Rome and Beijing: Inescapable Arabic

Chicago, Rome and Beijing: Inescapable Arabic

February 14th, 2014

My name is Chris Benson, Arabic-tutor-on-leave for the Loyola Ricci Scholar program, which sends me to Italy, John Felice Rome Center, for one semester and China, The Beijing Center for Chinese Studies, for the spring.  At Loyola, I’m studying History, Sociology, and Anthropology and minoring in Arabic. I have worked as tutor for Arabic at […]