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French

French Studies at BYU
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Italian

Italian Studies at BYU
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Student Internship: Emma Stucki in Rome

July 20, 2022 01:00 PM
Emma Stucki recently graduated from BYU as a pre-med student minoring in Italian. She was accepted to medical school at Washington State University and will begin her studies in the Fall. She attributes her acceptance in large part to her internship. She says “I think my internship was the single most valuable addition to my application to medical school.”
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Student Faculty Research: Rachel McDonald and Dan Paul

March 31, 2022 10:12 PM
Rachel McDonald started learning Italian in an ITAL 101 class here at BYU. She continued her studies while serving in the Italy Rome Mission and declared herself an Italian major upon returning to BYU. She has pursued studying the Italian language and culture ever since.
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Student Faculty Research: LeeAnn Broderick and Professors Corry Cropper and Carter Charles

March 01, 2022 09:10 AM
LeeAnn Broderick, a senior majoring in both French and Art History, has been working on a research project about the 1890 French play Camille. The play focuses on the interaction between a fictional Mormon family and a Frenchman with legal troubles. In her paper, LeeAnn examines how Mormonism is used as a bridge between the secular French state and America as a religious country.
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“Non puoi insegnare niente a un uomo. Puoi solo aiutarlo a scoprire ciò che ha dentro di sé." [You cannot teach a man anything. You can only help him find it within himself.]
- Galileo Galilei