September 6, 2013
K-State Italian club meetings start Sept. 10
The organizational meeting of K-State's Italian Club, Circolo Italiano, will start at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, in 125 Eisenhower Hall.
The new club's central purpose is to foster and encourage K-State students, faculty and staff to acquire a greater interest in and a deeper understanding of the Italian language and culture.
The club will work to provide social activities, cultural events, field trips and other activities for the K-State community that work to improve members' ability to understand and use the Italian language.
At the meeting a constitution will be approved, officers elected and programming for the fall term will be discussed.
Every person interested in Italian culture, language and civilization is invited to join.