Students enrolled in Mrs. Lauren Day's French 2 course recently visited Susquehanna University to spend a day immersed in interactive, French-speaking activities. The activities, organized by the University's French 301: Advanced Conversation and Phonetics, were a part of The Fifth Annual Journée de la Francophonie: An Interactive Day for Francophone Activities and French Conversations. The annual French-speaking festival gives students an opportunity to practice speaking French publicly and spontaneously. The day proved to be fun and intellectually challenging and also afforded Southern Columbia's students an opportunity to engage in Q & A sessions with the French 301 students about language study in college.

 
 
 
 
Southern Columbia students in attendance at The Fifth Annual Journée de la Francophonie were: Alyssa Strocko, Jessica Delbo, Micah Yemzow, Emily Wolfe, Lily Sudol, and Kevin Olvany.

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