Speech Night at ECLA

After almost three weeks of philosophizing in the company of Montaigne, Seneca, Tolstoy, Machiavelli, Shakespeare and other great minds, we were ready to take on another challenge – the Speech Night. A tradition existing for several years already, this year’s Speech Night is now officially named after the current Romanian Minister of Culture Theodor Paleologu,

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Family Portrait

We use our beautiful campus gardens in a variety of ways:  student-professor football, volleyball, or badminton matches, mastering the Frisbee, sunbathing, reading or sleeping in the grass, and even treasure hunting.  Elizabeth Hanka (AY, USA) proposed dining there too, and the idea expanded to that of a barbecue in the garden, which warmly welcomed everyone

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It’s All About The Music

ECLA’s musical activities include individual voice lessons, choir, dance project and also learning to play instruments. This new student project invites all those interested in learning to play an instrument to meet every week in ECLA’s Music Room for lessons with a few students skilled in guitar and piano. Who hasn’t dreamt of being a

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Dance Project at ECLA

The word ‘dance’ generally conjures ideas of human movement used as a form of expression, social interaction or presented in a spiritual or performance setting. The art of dance comes from the ancient times, when it was also used to describe non-verbal means of communicaton between humans. This Spring ECLA students have the opportunity to

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