English Discussion Club

babylon revisitedJoin us on Sunday, October 5 at 3:30 p.m. for English Discussion Club. It will be conducted by Professor Robert  Linkous. This meeting will focus on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Babylon Revisited”, written in 1930 and first published on February 21, 1931 in the Saturday Evening Post .The story is set in the year after the stock market crash of 1929, just after what Fitzgerald called the “Jazz Age”.

Creative Writing Club: Beginnings and Endings

Topic: Beginnings and EndingsJoin us on Saturday, October 4th at 3 p.m. for a meeting of Creative Writing Club. Sometimes even professional writers get stuck on the very first or the very last line. That’s why it is important to know the ways out of it. So this time we will talk about different techniques which will help you to begin and end a story. Just bring a pen, your favorite journal, and some imagination! P.S. Learn more about AMC Creative Writing Club here

Conversation Café

cafePlease join us for Conversation Café with U.S. Embassy officers. This is a popular program where patrons can learn about officers’ life and work in the  USA, and have a conversation with them.  It will take place on Wednesday, October 1 at 6:15 p.m.

Debates Club: Robots in Our Society

Join us on Saturday, September 27th at 3 p.m. for a meeting of Debates Club! This time we are discussing artificial intelligence and the role robots play in our society. We have to admit that robots and artificial intelligence are not just objects of sci-fi anymore. Robots are coming, and their presence will eventually change the reality we live in. They are becoming more social, so be ready to encounter more robots in the service industry. Robotic industry is growing, so one day you might find it hard to distinguish robots from humans. Robots can be designed for medicine, military, schools and transport service. Just imagine – wherever you are, robots will help you and make your life easier. Does it sound great to you? Well, may be. But still, there are questions we have to answer… Do we really need such friends in our future? Will it really change our life in a positive way or we should always keep in mind those scary sci-fi stories about the rise of machines? Voice your opinion at our Debates Club meeting!