Bonjour mes amis!!
Welcome to the French Club page! French Club is an organization at the University of Portland that joins together to celebrate the French culture. Whether we get together for a cheese tasting, for a movie night, conversation and crepes, or just to discuss French culture, we always have a blast!
For more information about France, click here!
Est-ce que vous voudriez étudier en France? For more information on studying abroad in France, click here!
Club e-mail- firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah is a French major and English minor here at the University of Portland, where she is also a French tutor. She has been speaking French for nine years and hopes to move to France after she graduates. In her free time, Sarah loves to read, eat ramen with her friends, and, of course, watch the Bachelor! Sarah is so excited to be the president of French club and share her love of the language and culture with everyone!
Sarah James – email@example.com
Chloe is a sophomore Mathematics Major with a minor is computer science and of course French! She’s taken French for six years now and has always dreamed of being fluent so she can live in Paris. She has two cats and one dog (he’s a golden doodle). Feel free to ask her any French, math, or computer science related questions, or for pictures of her pets!
Chloe Campbell – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tommye is a sophomore Communication and French Major with a Minor in Women and Gender Studies. She has loved the french culture and language ever since her parents took her on a trip to France when she was 9 years old! She is super excited to be the French club secretary and connect with other francophiles!
Tommye Finan – email@example.com
Trudie Booth has enjoyed teaching all levels of French language and culture at the University of Portland for many years. It has been a great honor and pleasure for her to be a member of the UP community, and she is very proud of the French Club officers who have done a marvelous job offering all Francophiles on campus the opportunity to participate in a variety of cultural activities. Her enthusiastic students inspired her to write several books about the language and culture she loves. For more information, please go to her website madamebooth.com.
Trudie Booth – firstname.lastname@example.org