Glad you stopped at the BGSU Russian Club! Good to see so many visitors at the Get Involved Fair.
Wed., 15 January was Tatiana Day--students' day--in Russia. See the spring schedule, below.
This Friday, the 27th, there's a Russian performance in Toledo:
There was a big crowd at the 1 December Russian film showing in the Gish Theater (Hanna Hall).
Thanks to Lisa Wurster of "Friends of Russian Orphans," who visited with club members on 7 November.
The 19 October kettle corn sale was success and club members had a great time the cookout the following Saturday. Weather was beautiful both days. Thanks to Ashley, Shawn, and Tim for hosting.
Saturday, 22 October Russian Club cookout--2 P.M. at 307 E. Wooster Street. RSVP required. Please see events to sign up!
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The evening of Russian romances and poetry was a success! Thanks to all the performers and those who attended.
5 October was film night with the cult classic White Sun of the Desert, most popular Russian film of all time.
Club members had a wonderful time at the Toledo Symphony Friday, 30 September. Romeo and Juliet -- Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff.
Club members share a variety of interests related to the culture, history, language and people of Russia.
- Undergraduate students
- Graduate students
Students interested in joining the group can contact officer Tim Tilton (firstname.lastname@example.org) or come to any meeting that is advertised to the student body at Bowling Green State University. The students who come to the meetings can leave their name and email address with the officers or add their name to the list of members in the club.
115 Shatzel Hall