The Language and Culture House, largely administered by its residents with the help of the Modern Languages Department, organizes activities involving all modern languages that are taught at Denison.
A residential opportunity for students to live in a special environment where they can hone their language skills and participate in special cultural events.
For Elliot Conti ’12, his mentor, “Onshi” Michael Tangeman '91 opened the door to Conti’s life in Japan.
Karen Maruyama ’12 continues her study of Japan, living in Tokyo and studying at Waseda University.
Elise Bowling ’14 studied in Japan for eight months. It was a profound experience, full of language, culture, beauty, frustration, loneliness, and warmth. In other words, she loved it.