Assuming you’re here on this site after signing up to our booth at NSO – thanks for visiting. Sorry our site hasn’t been updated in a long while. Most of our updates can be seen on our Facebook page. Check the sidebar for the link to that.
Worlds Speak Freely has been off to a great start this school year, and we hope to continue improving as a club. Our meetings now take place in our office space (Room 48E) in the Creese Student Center Basement. Typically, we meet at 6:30 PM, but the best way to find out when and where we are meeting is to check our Facebook group and/or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are always looking for new decorations for our walls. Feel free to draw or bring us a poster!
Our Facebook page has pictures from our meetings and events. It’s also a good place for our members to chat and share things with one another. See you there.
We are open to English speakers of all levels, from beginning to fluent. Join us to make new friends from around the world! We’re not only an English Conversation Club, but also an International Language Club.
Hope to see you at our meeting. If you have any questions, please visit us on Facebook or send us an email at email@example.com
Worlds Speak Freely will have a booth at the New Student Orientations happening throughout the summer. If you are a WSF member and would like to volunteer at our booth, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get you started.
To the new Dragons: welcome to Drexel! Worlds Speak Freely is both an English Conversation Club and an International Language Club of sorts. Our meetings are all about language practice in a fun and stress-free environment. Check around our website for some more information about us, join our Facebook group, or send us an email at email@example.com. We’d love to hear from you!
Worlds Speak Freely has also recently joined Campus Soapbox. It’s an app designed to keep students connected around their campuses through polls. Our user account is named DrexelWSF.
If you’re interested in joining our organization, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org because our meetings aren’t always held at the Intercultural Center! The best way to find us is to e-mail us, or join our Facebook group.
We are open to native speakers as well as English language learners. Don’t miss out on the fun. Our May 23rd meeting will be Apples to Apples Game Night from 7 to 9! E-mail us to join our listserv to find out more information.
Welcome to our new and improved Worlds Speak Freely website! Please visit our Events page to find out all of the fun activities we have planned for this Spring 2013 term.
We also have some new Officers joining us this term! Visit our Officers page to see who they are.
Worlds Speak Freely will be at Activities Unlimited on Wednesday, April 3rd from 4:30 to 6:30! Come visit us at Lancaster Walk or in the Recreation Center. If you’re one of our members, consider volunteering to help us out at our booth.
On Thursday, April 4th, we will be having our first Conversation Hour of the term from 7 to 9 in the Intercultural Center. The main topic for the night will be “how can we improve WSF?” Come with your suggestions for fun things we can do this term! Hope to see you there.
Thursday, February 7th from 7 to 8 PM in the Intercultural Center First Floor Gallery space is our next Conversation Hour. Rumors say that the chocolate pretzels will be making a comeback, along with some fast-paced card games. Let’s see who wins.
Friday, February 15th, we will be going to the Open Mic Night at the Asian Arts Initiative. Yes, this time, we will actually go! If we get there between 7 and 7:30, we can have free Thai food, so let’s meet up at the Dragon at 6:30.
Thursday, February 21st. Conversation Hour. 7 to 8 PM. We will be playing Fluxx and practicing conversation topics of your choosing. We will meet in the Intercultural Center First Floor Gallery space, as usual. E-mail email@example.com for the latest updates!!
Thursday, February 28th, we will have an on-campus movie night! The movie is English Vinglish, an Indian comedy-drama about a woman learning English and overcoming her insecurities. It’s a movie that’s both hilarious and sensitive. Here’s a trailer for English Vinglish. More details to come! E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. We will meet on the 6th Floor of MacAlister Hall, in the SkyView Lounge. Movie will be shown at 7 PM. A discussion will follow the movie.
Thursday, March 7th, we will possibly have our last Conversation Hour of the term. More details to be announced. E-mail email@example.com closer to the date to confirm that it will happen then!