Holy Saturday Trip around Opole

It is Easter time for Roman Catholics and other Christian denominations. Starting as early as last Thursday, the religious and traditional celebrations begun. The main holiday is on Sunday, when it is believed that Jesus Christ resurrected. Some Poles celebrate it...
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A Trip to Zdzieszowice

Dear students, The group of the Art Projects in Public Space course has decided to visit the nearby town of Zdzieszowice together and has planned the trip for this Saturday. We are meeting at 8.45 a.m. at the main train station in Opole. The plan is to take a walk...
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Coming Soon: Easter Break

Dear students, Soon in Poland we will be observing Easter. Apart from being a Christian celebration, the family festivity is a tradition in Poland and a large part of it has little to do with religion. Along with Christmas, it's one of the two most important holidays...
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1396?

Last Tuesday, my Afghan friends and I organized the meeting due to New Year's Eve, which in our tradition is celebrated on 21th of March, and unlike Christian tradition, marks the end of the year 1396. It is called “Nawrouz”.The event took place in the ninth floor of...
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Play the Game

Very often, once grown up, we forget how cool it is to play games. Last week, prof. Susan Yelich Biniecki, a visiting scholar from US, reminded the Intercultural Communication students that games can be very useful revealing a lot about life, justice, our cultures and...
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Meet David Malcolm

A meeting with Professor David Malcolm, who is a writer, translator and university teacher, will be held on March 30, 2017, at 10:00 am in Collegium Maius, room 206.

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27th Winter Song Contest – Janis Joplin’s Songs

The finals of the 27th Winter Song Contest will be held on March 16, 2017.

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Talk to a Scholar

Dear students, We have our pleasure to invite you to the open lecture and discussion with prof. Susan Yelich Biniecki, visiting Erasmus+ scholar hosted by our university, namely, the Institute of Pedagogical Sciences. The lecture is entitled Microaggressions and...
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Anniversary Celebration

Attention! Friday classes have been cancelled, so that we all could celebrate the 23th anniversary of the University of Opole. The university was created on March 10, 1994, however, an embryo of its foundation may be observed in the existence of the previous...
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For the Women’s Day – we wish for respect

As you probably know, on March 8 it’s the International Women’s Day. This year it’s also a day of an International Protest against the restriction of women’s rights. There are demonstrations across the country in dozens of cities and towns. Women and girls living in...
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Holy Saturday Trip around Opole

Holy Saturday Trip around Opole

It is Easter time for Roman Catholics and other Christian denominations. Starting as early as last Thursday, the religious and traditional celebrations begun. The main holiday is on Sunday, when it is believed that Jesus Christ resurrected. Some Poles celebrate it...

A Trip to Zdzieszowice

A Trip to Zdzieszowice

Dear students, The group of the Art Projects in Public Space course has decided to visit the nearby town of Zdzieszowice together and has planned the trip for this Saturday. We are meeting at 8.45 a.m. at the main train station in Opole. The plan is to take a walk...

Coming Soon: Easter Break

Coming Soon: Easter Break

Dear students, Soon in Poland we will be observing Easter. Apart from being a Christian celebration, the family festivity is a tradition in Poland and a large part of it has little to do with religion. Along with Christmas, it's one of the two most important holidays...

1396?

1396?

Last Tuesday, my Afghan friends and I organized the meeting due to New Year's Eve, which in our tradition is celebrated on 21th of March, and unlike Christian tradition, marks the end of the year 1396. It is called “Nawrouz”.The event took place in the ninth floor of...

Play the Game

Play the Game

Very often, once grown up, we forget how cool it is to play games. Last week, prof. Susan Yelich Biniecki, a visiting scholar from US, reminded the Intercultural Communication students that games can be very useful revealing a lot about life, justice, our cultures and...