Meet the Language Consultants/Tutors! (Fall 2022)
Mika – German
My name is Mika and I am a current sophomore at Scripps. I am so excited to be the German tutor at the MLRC this semester! I am half German, half Japanese and moved between the two countries growing up. I attended a German school until middle school, and then switched to an International school in Munich. I moved to Tokyo four years ago and live there with my family when I am not in Claremont. If you ever need any support with studying, want to practice speaking German, or have any questions about the language, feel free to chat with me!
Please reach out to Mika (email@example.com) for more information and for the Zoom link!
Julia – Arabic
Ann – French
Bonjour à tous!
Guadalupe – Spanish
Hola, me llamo Guadalupe!
I’m a junior at Scripps College and the Spanish tutor at the MLRC. I was born in Sinaloa, Mexico, where I grew up and moved to the US when I was seven. So if you want to practice your Spanish, come talk to me! Podemos hablar de las series que vemos e incluso sobre tus mascotas!
See you on Thursdays <3
Reach out to Guadalupe (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information and for the Zoom link!
Lilliana – Italian and Spanish
¡Hola todos! Mi chiamo Lilliana and I am the Spanish/elementary Italian tutor here at the MLRC. I am majoring in foreign languages and possibly linguistics! I was born and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Come on by and we can chat about your favorite Italian dish or which Latin American soccer team you think is the best! I’ll be in the MLRC on M/W @ 9-10:30 AM and on T/TR @ 11-12:30 PM 🙂
Kristina – Korean
Marino Forlino -MLRC Director and Associate Professor of Italian
Ciao a tutti! My name is Marino Forlino and I am an Assistant Professor of Italian at Scripps College and the director of the Modern Languages Resource Center. I received my BA in Foreign Languages and Literatures from the Università degli Studi di Firenze (Italy), a Diploma in American Studies from Smith College, a Diploma in Advanced Arabic Language from Institut Bourguiba des Langues Vivantes (Tunis, Tunisia) and Tanta University (Egypt), and my M.A. and Ph.D. in Italian from Rutgers University. Please say “hi” when you see me around, or “ciao”, “hallo”, “bonjour”, or “مرحبا”!