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French Play: La vie comme un mensonge

Pour la French Play, nos lycéens ont interprété cette année "La vie comme un mensonge" de Michel Azama, un texte poétique écrit à partir de rencontres avec une centaine d'adolescents de milieu "difficile" qui parlent de l'amour, de l'amitié, de l'avenir. Les élèves se sont confrontés à une autre réalité et ont découvert certaines convergences.
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March 25, 2017 | Arts, Cultural Events, Featured

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Equity, Justice and Media Literacy

Students in ninth to 12th grade spent a recent morning in discussions about questions of race in the American TV series Oz, The Wire and Homeland, with author and expert Dr. Olivier Esteves, a professor at the University of Lille. > more

March 24, 2017 | Cultural Events, Featured, Innovative Teaching, Secondary

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Facebook & Co : Pleins feux sur les réseaux sociaux

To analyze the consequences of this phenomenon, Catherine Blaya, professor of science education at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis and who oversees the International Observation Center for Violence in Schools. She was invited by the school and our parents association, … > more

February 24, 2017 | Cultural Events, Featured, Panels

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Parcours : Métamorphoses en Scène

Le 31 Janvier les élèves de 5e ayant suivi le parcours de Mme Brabant (professeur de théâtre) & Mme Harreau (professeur de lettres classiques) “Les Métamorphoses en Scène” ont présenté à l’auditorium le résultat de leurs recherches et explorations sous … > more

February 5, 2017 | Arts, Cultural Events, Project-based Learning, Secondary

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Que Vive le Théâtre!

Outside of school, there was considerable unrest this past weekend, with demonstrations taking place at Battery Park, JFK International Airport and other areas around New York. The atmosphere inside the LFNY last Friday and Saturday was no less turbulent, though … > more

January 31, 2017 | Cultural Events, Featured, Head of School, Primary, Secondary

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Cultural Heritage and Armed conflicts

Can we prevent wars from destroying our shared heritage of humanity? Can cultural heritage be protected by law? Learn more from our distinguished panel of experts at the Cultural Center of the Lycée Français de New York. > more

December 5, 2016 | Cultural Events, Featured, Panels

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Béatrice Coron: une fenêtre ouverte sur la créativité

L'artiste Béatrice Coron a travaillé avec les Secondes réunis pendant pendant une semaine, du 31 octobre au 4 novembre dernier, dans le makerspace dans le cadre du programme AIR (Artiste en Résidence du LFNY). Lisez la suite > more

November 19, 2016 | Arts, Cultural Events, Featured, Innovative Teaching

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Of Refugees and Migrants

As the UN General Assembly gets underway, the topic of migrants and refugees will be high on the agenda. At the LFNY Cultural Center, we take an historic and contemporary look at the crisis. Find out more. > more

September 9, 2016 | Cultural Events, Featured, Panels

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L’univers à portée de main

Le docteur en physique de renom Christophe Galfard a mis l'univers à portée de tous lors de sa présentation au Lycée face à des élèves de 1ère et de terminale. > more

April 28, 2016 | Cultural Events, Featured, Panels, Secondary

Le Francais Oui But Why Conference

Le Français: Oui But Why?

French holds special promise because of its unique connection to “culture”, the intellectual and artistic expression of Francophone peoples around the globe, as well as values and principles which reflect the beauty of the human adventure as a whole. This fascinating subject is at the heart of an upcoming conference entitled "Le Français Oui But Why?" being organized at the LFNY on April 16. > more

March 19, 2016 | Bilingualism, Cultural Events, Featured, Head of School