Quelques poèmes de départ…

Maud NIEMI 3A en devenir nous partage des doux mots en anglais et en français, sous forme de poèmes, pour dire au revoir à ces deux années passées au Havre, aux rencontres, aux souvenirs et pourquoi pas au soleil.

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The man who goes by “Marco”

Le Dragon Déchainé continue sa série d’interviews et de rencontres du personnel du campus. Aujourd’hui, parlons un peu de Marco !

After the big brother of campus let’s introduce the dad of the campus, Marco, and get to know him a bit more!

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Ode à Yaya : Le grand frère du campus

Comme vous le savez tous, Yaya que beaucoup connaissent depuis presque deux ans, quitte son poste au campus après avoir accepté un métier qui l’attendait depuis longtemps.

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A brief story of theatre

with Simon Grangeat

On Thursday, March 2nd, Simon Grangeat, author of French contemporary theatre, has accepted a zoom conference with the French theatre club. They have had the occasion to learn about his experience, his vision of theatre and the play he has written and that they are using as their final representation: T.I.N.A. une brève histoire de la crise (There Is No Alternative: a brief story of the crisis).

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The eloquence of a journey – Retrospective on the PRD

Droplets of rain, grey clouds, and the wheels of a few suitcases scratching the concrete. Frightened faces asking, “you don’t have working coffee machines”, “is that the entire campus?”, “is the weather always so gloomy?”, or “where can we eat something in less than 10 minutes?”. Questions that us, Havrais, keep on asking to ourselves. You might think this is the beginning of yet another complaint about the wonderful city we get to call home for two years. But you’d be wrong. Because this weekend, Perret and Niemeyer had everything to offer, and all campuses got their breath taken away by Bharatanatyam, clapped to Bollywood, danced to LH sessions. This weekend, this nation’s elite got drunk au Fût, and slept less than a 6-month-old toddler. Yes, this weekend, we listened to the most wonderful speeches, heard a member of government offer a Kinder Bueno, and Stéphanie Balme became a swimming teacher. Le Havre hosted le Prix Richard Descoings.

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