American Sign Language Club Meeting

The ASL club met for the first time Monday

Karsten Theilen '20 practices signing Monday  in ASL club. Theilen is planning to medicine and become fluent in ASL to connect with deaf patients.

Karsten Theilen '20 practices signing Monday in ASL club. Theilen is planning to medicine and become fluent in ASL to connect with deaf patients.

Caroline Christensen

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Q&A with the ASL Club

Q: When does the club meet?

A: The first Monday of every month in room 401. There will be snacks!

 

Q: Do I have to know sign langage to be a member?

A: No! Everyone of different levels of signing are welcome.

 

Q: Why is learning ASL important?

A: It is a great way to connect with the deaf community, and expand your language skills.

 

Q: Are there community events I can attend with the ASL club?

A: Yes! We are planning to have an ASL deaf awareness event in November. (More details to come soon).

 

 

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