The Linguistics Club is focused on the study of the science of languages and is for students interested in language and in solving logic-type puzzles. It aims to help its members gain an understanding of the structure of languages and to explore how language influences the way in which we think about and see the world. A supplemental club goal is to increase awareness about and preparation for the NACLO (North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad) competition.
Adviser: Prof Grunther
Founder and President: Jacqueline Lee
Meetings to be held once a month during lunch on day 3's in room 56.
Members must attend a minimum of 4 meetings per year.
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