LFNY Alumni Newsletter
November 2016 - Vol. 4, No. 1  
"The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention."
- Oscar Wilde

Dear LFNY Alumni,

Welcome to the November issue of the  LFNY Alumni  newsletter. 

In September, the Lycée opened our new York Wing extension, with exciting new collaborative spaces, classrooms, a media lab and a maker space for our students. We are very excited to give you a tour of the new building during our special cocktail reception on December 21 at 6:30pm.  We hope to see you there! Scroll down for more information...

Happy Thanksgiving!

The LFNY Alumni Team

Alumni Spotlight
Interview avec notre ancienne élève & journaliste Amital Issac ‘07
Lorsqu'on demande à Amital Isaac ce qui lui reste de ses années au Lycée, ce sont les mots ouverture, multiculturalisme, multilinguisme et culture générale qui reviennent le plus souvent. Cette ancienne élève du LFNY s'apprête à ouvrir, avec 30 autres journalistes, le bureau à New York de la chaîne d'information i24 !

Découvrez-en plus ici ...
School News
York Wing Alumni Celebration
Wednesday, December 21 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm  at the Lycée
Open to all alumni!

Don't miss your chance to come to the Lycée for a cocktail reception and a tour of the new York Wing building to see all the new learning spaces for our students!

Please RSVP here.

Lycée Student Collaboration
The students of Y10 need your assistance and want to collaborate with you!

They would like to invite you to contribute to two annual events:
  • Forum des Métiers on Monday, February 27 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm.
  • The In-Company Training Course from Monday, May 30 through Friday, June 2

For full details please contact Joanna Kaminska from the Vie Scolaire of the Lycée, via e-mail jkaminska@lfny.org or (212) 439-3843.

Artist in Residence Recap with Béatrice Coron
During our fall Artist-in-Residence program, Béatrice Coron taught Y10 students about the art of the cut-out in the Lycée's makerspace, our new classroom that allows our students to get creative and become inventors in their own right...

Find out more here and enjoy our recap video!

If You Are in NYC ...
The 21st Century Citizenship panels
Cultural Heritage and Armed conflicts
Monday, December 5 at 6:30pm in the auditorium 
As conflicts rage in the world, and with opposing ideologies at war, our historical cultural treasures are disappearing. What laws and agreements are in place to protect world heritage, and how effective are they? What role can technology play? 

These questions and many more will be addressed by a panel of experts from different regions of the globe.

With Salam al-Kuntar, Research Fellow at The Penn MuseumPhilippe de MontebelloProfessor of Art History at NYU and former Director of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Navina Najat Haydar, Curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Edouard Planche, Program Specialist, Division for Heritage, Section for Movable Heritage and Museums at UNESCO. 

Free and open to all!

In English
Click here  to register
Stay in Touch!
Let's Get Social!
We've updated the official Linkedin page of the Lycée Français de New York, so you can easily keep in touch with your friends and classmates. 

Have a LinkedIn profile? Please follow our Linkedin page and add us to your profile under "Education"!

Newly married? Relocated to a new city, country? New job?  
Please feel free to email us! Let us know what's happening in your life at freynier@lfny.org.
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