SPRING 2018 – RAMADAN HOURS

SPRING 2018 – RAMADAN HOURS

Wednesday Afternoon
Friday Afternoon
Saturday Afternoon
15:00-18:15
Saturday Morning
10:00-13:15
Evening Classes (MW / TTH / FS)
21:00 – 22:35


Juniors:
Wednesday Afternoon
Friday Afternoon
Saturday Afternoon Juniors
14:00-16:10
16:20-18:30
Friday Evening/Saturday Evening Juniors
21:00- 23:10
Saturday Morning Juniors
9:00-11:10
11:20-13:30

ALC Fez Merit Scholars for Spring 2018!

Congratulations to ALC Fez Merit Scholars for Spring 2018!

The following students have been chosen as Merit Scholars based on their outstanding academic performance for the past several terms. They will receive a 100% reduction in tuition fees for one term.

Beg 2 Mohamed Amine Houssat 
Beg 3 Omar Aboulem
Beg 4 Mustapha El Jeddi 
Beg 5 Bilale Bouazza 
Beg 6 Bourhalem Hamza 
Beg 7 Bennis Nada 
Inter 1 Anwar Ouazzani Chahdi 
Inter 2 Alae Rtel Bennani 
Inter 3 Zoubida Benjelloun 
Inter 4 Maysae Hmamouchi 
Inter 5 Maria Boulaguigue 
Inter 6 Sara Dekkak 
Adv 1 Salma Sefrioui 
Adv 2 Zineb Bouziane 
Adv 3 Salma Benmoussa 
Adv 4 Ichrak El Hatimi 
Adv 6 Nizar El Hami

ETII Conference

Attention Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University English students!
The ETII Conference is coming to your community! This will be the first event we host to get Fez ready for the 2018-2019 ETII. If you’re interested in benefiting from this scholarship to study the TKT for free and get a 40-hour English teaching internship in your community, make sure you don’t miss the ETII Conference!

English Lunch on Wednesdays

Join us for English Lunch on Wednesday, November 29 at 12:30 PM.

Please confirm your attendance on the Facebook group page below or SIGN UP on the whiteboard at ALC/ALIF garden by Wednesday at 10:30 AM (Minimum 6 students). You can also send at text message to Ali Gala at 0667741520.

Open to ALC/ALIF students and the general public. Spread the word and bring friends!

www.facebook.com/groups/alc.fes.alif.languagelunch

English Lunch this Wednesday

English Lunch! Please join us this Wednesday at 12:30 in the ALC garden.
For those who haven’t come to English Lunch before, the purpose is to have informal conversation practice and have a drink or lunch at the same time. You can bring your own lunch or can buy something from the kiosk.
ALC and ALIF students, library members, and other university students are welcome to participate.

ALC Fes Merit Scholars for Spring 2017

Congratulations Spring Term Merit Scholars!!

Beginning 2 Loubna Nouichi
Beginning 3 Rajae Sabir
Beginning 4 Oumaima Dkhissi
Beginning 5 Rita Lamrani
Beginning 6 Afaf Abdellaoui
Beginning 7 Fawaz Abbas Hamid Al Saad
Intermediate 1 Mourad Rahmouni
Intermediate 2 Ghita Benseddik
Intermediate 3 Houda Aiboud
Intermediate 4 Abir Mrini
Intermediate 5 Zineb El Yarmani
Intermediate 6 Inas El Mrini
Advanced 1 Mohammed Amine Zernoun
Advanced 2 Asmae Yakkaoui
Advanced 3 Taha Jai
Advanced 4 Aya Lafdili
Advanced 5 Achraf Belkasmi
Advanced 6 Zineb El Filali

These students have been chosen as ALC-Fez Merit Scholars based on their outstanding academic performance for the past several terms. They will receive a 100% reduction in tuition fees for one term.

Life Is Twofold! ALC Fes Student Voice

What Is Happiness? Life Is Twofold by Ibrahim in Advanced 4

With a lot of people speaking about happiness, I have come up with a theory (I don’t know why I call it that, but I do), and I would like to share it with you. It is entitled “life is twofold.”
Happiness is partial, never complete, and takes the form of a circle in which the same patterns alternately repeat themselves again and again. This means that someone will always experience fragmented patches of happiness and the opposite of happiness until their final days. There is no period of time in life that we call “the period of happiness.” As you have felt happy and sad in the past, you will feel the same in the future; this is what I mean by the same patterns constantly repeat themselves. The dead man went through the same patterns, and the newborn baby will live the same patterns; only the timing changes.
And believe me, what makes you happy today might make you sad tomorrow; this is a painful truth of which I have recently grown aware. As we are vulnerable and live in an unpredictable world full uncertainty and danger, we should accept our fate, cherish the periods of happiness, and resist the periods of sadness.
I liken happiness to a mirage in the desert. The sweaty, thirsty man is euphoric when he sees water from afar; as he walks desperately nearer, the water disappears. Never try to run after happiness; you will never catch it. Don’t work for it; you will never achieve it. Enjoy happiness when it knocks on your door unexpectedly and before it leaves again.
Life is fun only when it is unpredictable.

Click here to read the rest of the edition of Student Voice February-March 2017