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Sweet Sablés for Summer

Monday, May 17th, 2021 Food and Culture Newsletter

Sablé cookies come from the Sable-sur-Sarthe, Normandy Region, in France and receive their name from the French word, “sable,” meaning sandy. When preparing the mixture, bakers add cold butter to the flour and sugar, which… Read More

Round, light yellow butter cookies on a wooden countertop

Building a French Coalition

Monday, May 17th, 2021 Academic Programs Newsletter

Although the COVID pandemic presented us with quite a few challenges, it also offered us some unique opportunities! Isolated by working remotely, we decided to reach out to colleagues in the Tufts French Department, the… Read More

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Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 Newsletter

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Adapting to a Virtual Format

Monday, March 1st, 2021 Academic Programs Newsletter

Spring is on the horizon, promising renewal after a long winter. We at the Tufts University European Center are looking even further ahead toward summer and a new and exciting way to engage students on the global stage! In light of concerns… Read More

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Clafoutis? Yes, please!

Monday, March 1st, 2021 Food and Culture Newsletter

Looking for a warm, fruit-filled dessert to enjoy as we emerge from the winter? Look no further than clafoutis! Originating in the rural region of Limousin, France, which is also known for their fine porcelain, the… Read More

An image of the clafoutis cake, a vanilla base with cherries and almonds