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The Italian House

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Longwell House
90 Hillcrest Rd.
Middlebury, VT  


The Italian House is where 6 students can live to improve or maintain their language skills. Living at the house entails signing a language pledge similar to that of Middlebury's summer school. This pledge obliges the student to speak only Italian while in the house. The house is a place where students of Italian can come together with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant for cafes and movies. The house acts as a learning center not only for the residents, but also for the rest of the Italian students who drop in on occasion to practice their language skills and get help with homework.

 

If you would like more general information on residing in an interest house, please click here to visit this Residential Life & Housing website:

 

 

House Contact

Prof. Ilaria Brancoli-Busdraghi (2014-2015 housing)
Voter Hall 114
802.443.3269
ibrancol@middlebury.edu

Giulia Negretto (2014-2015 TA)
802.349.7901
gnegretto@middlebury.edu

 

 

The Arabic House

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91 Franklin St.
Middlebury, VT
 
The Arabic House is where upper-level Arabic students can live to improve their language skills. Living at the house entails signing a language pledge similar to that of Middlebury's summer school. This pledge obliges the student to speak only Arabic while in the house. The house is a place where students of Arabic can come together with the resident native-speaking teaching assistant. The house acts as a learning center not only for the residents, but also for the rest of the Arabic students who drop in on occasion to practice their language skills and get help with homework. The house also features a kitchen and a common room.
 
 
To apply to live in the Arabic House, please fill out the application below and send to Prof. Samuel Liebhaber (contact information below).
 

 

If you would like more general information on residing in an interest house, please visit this Residential Life & Housing website:

http://www.middlebury.edu/studentlife/residentiallife/housinginfo

 

House Contact
 

Prof. Samuel Liebhaber (2013-2014)
Farrell House 205
802.443.5598
slieb@middlebury.edu