¡Hola a todos!
Recordad que aún tenéis tiempo para apuntaros al Jewish Heritage Tour y al viaje a Jerez y Cádiz. Si no habéis recibido la invitación y queréis venir, no dudéis en poneros en contacto con nosotros.
Si este fin de semana vais al Abroad Fest, tenéis algunas recomendaciones sobre seguridad en esta página.
¡Pasad un buen fin de semana!
Remember that you still have time to sign up for the Jewish Heritage Tour and the Jerez and Cádiz day trip. If you haven’t received an invitation to come to this trip, do not hesitate to contact us.
If you are going to the Abroad Fest this weekend, you have some safety tips on this page.
Have a good weekend!
AbroadFest Safety Tips
If you are going, have a plan
· Let someone know where you plan to be and when you plan to be back.
· Use the buddy system: look out for one another and never leave a nightclub/party alone
· Decide on a meeting point with your friends for when you get separated
· Have your cell phone charged and able to make calls.
· In case of an emergency situation, please call 112 (911 equivalent) first
· Take only the cash you need and a credit card in case of an emergency (keep in a safe place)
· Don’t take expensive electronic devices or belongings if you do not need them
· Never leave your drink unattended or accept drinks that have not been served in front of you.
· Don’t accept a ride home from someone you do not know.
· If you drink alcohol, remember moderation is the key. Eating a good dinner and having water throughout the night is important.
· Taxis – take a picture of the license or number on the door. Ask for a receipt. Do not take taxis alone.
· Remember: Not everyone goes to the festival to have fun. Some people may not have the best intentions.
· This type of festivals are notorious for alcohol consumption and the use of illegal substances. A lot of people are unaware of the negative after effects—including confusion, depression, sleep problems, drug craving, and anxiety—that may occur soon after taking the drug or during the days or even weeks thereafter.
Be a good friend
· Use the buddy system, take care of each other. Do not let anyone go back home alone. No unattended friend left behind.
· Your safety is ultimately your responsibility. Do not put yourself in vulnerable situations, make sure you are aware of your surroundings and be alert to identify possibly risky situations.
We hope you enjoy your time out safely!
Linguistic Resource Center:
The tutorial service will be offered at the following times only, starting next Monday, March 2th:
Midterms at CEA & UPO: March 9-19th.
Midterms at USS: March 11-12th.
CEA Spring 2015 video
We have started our Spring 2015 video and we want you to be part of it! Show us your best moves and let us record you for a fun final video that will bring together the best memories of your semester at CEA. Join us in our Spring 2015 video and shake (your body) off!
What: Jewish Heritage Tour
When: March 10th at 7 p.m.
Meeting Point: CEA study center at 6.45 pm.
Description: Enjoy this tour through the most important monuments and discover new things about the Jewish Quarter, where our study center is located. The purpose of this tour is to focus on all aspects of Judaism in Sevilla. Therefore during this tour, you will go along an emotional journey where you will be able to understand and enjoy the uniqueness of Jewish past and present day life in Sevilla.
Expression of the week
Caer bien = to like sb = to get a good feeling about sb
Juan me cae bien à I like Juan.
Ser (muy) buena gente = to be a good egg = to be a good person
Juan es (muy) buena gente àJuan is a great guy.
Cuando conocí a Juan me cayó bien, pero con el tiempo me he dado cuenta de que no es tan buena gente como yo pensaba.
When I met Juan I like him, but then I realized he is not such a great guy as I thought.