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Screening of “The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe”

Prof. Junichi Miyazawa of AGU’s School of Cultural and Creative Studies has announced the opportunity to see a special screening of a film that his students provided the subtitles for. It was one of the films shown at the UNHCR … Continue reading

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Talk by Linda Ohama on film TOHOKU NO SHINGETSU

Speaker: Ms. Linda Ohama Topic: A talk on the documentary: TOHOKU NO SHINGETSU Location: Aoyama Campus, 本多記念国際会議場 Building 17, 6th Floor, Honda Auditorium Date: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 Time: 1:20 PM to 2:50 PM (3rd period) Ms. Linda Ohama is … Continue reading

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Performance of “Blackbird” directed by Paul Howl

One of our teachers, Paul Howl, has done us proud by directing the play “Blackbird,” by David Harrower. Performed at the Trance Mission Theater in Sangubashi from September 22nd to 24th, “Blackbird” is a challenging play about a controversial and … Continue reading

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Learning about ways to stop bullying and cyberbullying

There will be a Special Lecture for all IE classes on bullying and cyberbullying by representatives of TELL at 3rd period (from 13:20) on Tuesday May 30th. As the presentation room is large, any interested party may feel free to … Continue reading

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Performance of “The Diary of Anne Frank”

The Tokyo International Players invite you to enjoy their production of the play “The Diary of Anne Frank,” to be performed from May 18th-21st at Nakano Pocket Square「THE POCKET」. There will be five performances in total over four days. “The … Continue reading

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Talk: Shakespeare (As He Would Have Heard It)

Ben Crystal is an English actor, author, and producer, best known for his work on performing and promoting Shakespeare using original practices, especially in the original pronunciation. A detailed look at the expansive and influential range of his work on … Continue reading

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TELL’s Sound Mind, Sound Body Run & Walk

TELL is an organization that offers professional counseling, outreach services, and an English version of the service offered in Japanese under the name Inochi no Denwa, a sort of crisis counseling for people in distress. Throughout the year, TELL has … Continue reading

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Performance of comedy “Dealer’s Choice”

The Black Stripe Threater Company invites you to enjoy their production of the comedy by Patrick Marber, “Dealer’s Choice,” to be performed from March 23rd – 26th at Trance Mission Theatre 「参宮橋トランスミッション」. There will be six performances in total. Tickets can be purchased … Continue reading

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Lecture on Emotion in SLA by Dr. Gabriele Kasper

On Saturday, January 21st —from 14:00 at Temple University’s Tokyo campus—Dr. Gabriele Kasper (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, U.S.A.) will speak on the topic “Emotion in SLA and in Multilingual Talk.” Sign up for the talk at https://www.tuj.ac.jp/tesol/seminars/form-seminars.html. EVENT: Lecture … Continue reading

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Film Screening of “Still Loved” and Panel Discussion

TELL presents a film screening of “Still Loved,” a movie that explores the reality of the loss of a baby from the perspective of families who experienced such a tragedy. The website of this film describes it as “a brave, … Continue reading

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