- Are you interested in watching recent Italian films in the company of students of Italian?
- Are you looking for a shared meal at an authentic Italian restaurant where you can discover new regional dishes?
- Are you curious about places in the NJ-NY area that tell famous or hidden Italian stories?
- Would you like to meet Italian artists, scholars and entrepreneurs active in our area to understand the role of Italy in today’s world?
Join the Amici Club and do all of this and more in both English and Italian, the two languages used to learn and socialize in this student-focused group!
The Amici Italian Club, a class III Student Government Association organization at Montclair State University, invites you to free events that explore the Italian language, culture and lifestyle: discussions, lectures, concerts, holiday celebrations, and other activities allow students to enjoy and share the many Italian and Italian-American traditions. You do not need to already speak Italian or be an Italian major to join the club!
Amici has collaborated with the Coccia Institute for the Italian Experience in America, the Inserra Chair in Italian and Italian American Studies, and the Italian program at Montclair State University to promote awareness of the multiple facets of Italian culture on campus. The club is also linked to a nationwide network of Amici Clubs, founded and supported by the Coccia Foundation.
Fall 2016 AMICI E-Board
- Dominique Aponte
- Mary Hubbard
- Emma Rush
2016-17 Faculty Advisor: Dr. Teresa Fiore
(Associate Professor of Italian and Inserra Chair in Italian and Italian American Studies)
Anyone who is interested is welcome!