Friday, March 22, 2013

The week of March 25th

March 25th, 2013:
Conversation hour: you can make a difference.
March 26th, 2013:
Discussion hour lead by an English student about “Big Foot”: is it a hoax or a reality?
March 27th, 2013:
Presentation by one of the CCC members about DreamYard and the UNICEF club
March 28th, 2013:
Presentation by an English student about black magic
March 29th, 2013:

Monday, March 18, 2013

The week of March 18th

March 18th, 2013: Presentation about world social forum.
March 19th, 2013: Presentation about Solar System by a physic’s university student.
March 20th, 2013: Tunisian Independence day (The American Corner is closed)
March 21st, 2013: Celebrating women in science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Our guest Speaker Margaret Gaida will talk to us via Skype.  
March 22nd, 2013: Movie

Monday, March 11, 2013

The week of March 11th

March 11th, 2013:
Quiz: Oscar Women
February 12th, 2013:
Conversation hour about Operah Winfrey 
March 13th, 2013:
Guest speaker: Afef  Errdayef Member of the organization Mousawet (Equality)
March 14th, 2013:
Guest speaker: Catherine Davis is going to talk about the first lady Michelle Obama
March 15th, 2013
Movie: Eat pray and love

Monday, March 4, 2013

The week of March 4th

March 4th, 2013:
Women’s history month
March 5th, 2013: 
Bring women’s history to life:  talk about important woman of the past and present
March 6th, 2013:
Woman’s word of wisdom: create a bulletin board of inspiring quotes by famous woman.
March 7th 2013:
Honoring the American women:
In the occasion of Women's history month Meghan Mettler ( is a lecturer at Towson U. in Maryland) has volunteered to do a conversation hour presentation via Skype on Thursday 4 pm about the history of women in the United States, or when it was that historians started paying attention to women.
March 8th, 2013
Movie:  “Desert flower”.

Friday, March 1, 2013

Testimony written by one of our regular members

I was first introduced to the American Corner July 2011. A friend of mine mentioned it and recommended that I should go and check it out. My first time there was exciting because I was eager to practice English and I didn’t find the right environment to do so. The American corner taught me a lot. I’ve become more accepting and open minded thanks to the debates we have, my English got so much better and I gained friends for life. The American Corner provided me directly and indirectly with plenty of professional opportunities and introduced me to the Civil Society.
I am honest when I say”IT IS MY FAVORITE PLACE IN TUNIS”.
Hamza Zaghdoud