What we're about
The Linguistics Circle is the graduate student organization of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Arizona. The Circle organizes parties, reading groups, and social events (like beer and Climbing!).
Current Lingcircle Representatives
Rolando Solano Coto Cave Tech/Web
Emma Ehrhardt Cave Keeper
Greg Key and Ryan Nelson Librarians
Julia Fisher and Megan Stone Faculty Representatives
Hyun Kyoung Jung and Priscilla Liu Faculty Representative Alternates
Priscilla Liu Fundraiser
Latoya Hinton Liaison
The Cave and graduate offices
As a graduate student in the department you have free use of the computers in the graduate student space called the Cave. These computers have internet access, MS Office, and a number of other programs of use to the grad student in general and the linguistics grad in particular. The Cave is a happy place, a place for meeting and chatting with other students, and a place for working. It is the sanctuary for all students who need one, physically, mentally, socially, and perhaps even spiritually. Help to keep it this way.
The Cave: Graduate Student Office
Basement of the Douglass building
TA Offices: Douglass 110, (520)621-2087