Russian Dinners
Most semesters, a few Russian teachers and students meet every week at a dining hall for dinner and conversation (in Russian). You don't have to be fluent to participate, and you don't have to come every week: it is all very informal. The time and place of these meetings are announced at the Rooms and times page.
Once a year, we also have what we call a Russian Feast--and for a good reason. The food (prepared by students and Raissa Krivitsky) is uniquely sumptuous, and the conversation... well, that's totally under your control. Some of these events are illustrated here.
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Dept. of Comparative literature • Russian Language Program • 240 Goldwin Smith Hall • Cornell University • Ithaca, NY 14853-4701, USA
tel. 607/255-4155 • fax 607/255-8177 • email