A contribution from first-year student Felix Stetsenko was recently selected to appear on the site of NYU's Jordan Center, a leading source on developments in Russian and East European Studies. Felix's essay is part of the Jordan Center's "Immigrant Stories" project, an effort to emphasize the invaluable role of immigrants, showcase their importance in higher education, bring into relief the cultural diversity of the Slavic Studies field and self-reflectively preserve in memory the rich history of students of Slavic and Eurasian cultures.READ FELIX'S ESSAY
Do you like Russian language and culture?
Do you like drinking tea?
Come join us for Russian Chai at Russian House — in the Common Room of Poter Dormitory!
Join our Russian Language Assistant, our faculty, students from all over the Valley and members of local communities for Russian conversation weekly on the Mezzanine Level of Valentine Hall. Grab your lunch and head upstairs! Five-College students can eat at Valentine under the Five College Dining Program (see below).