The Foreign Language and Culture Society (FLCS) is a student-run organization, whose objective is to provide the student body with cultural experiences. FLCS' most important function is its language discussion groups. This fall the organization was able to organize twenty-four language groups, including Mandarin, German, and Farsi, for students with different skill levels. Each group is lead by a language discussion leader, usually another graduate student who is fluent in that language. This year the Society was also able to offer more than 200 licenses to Rosetta Stone, providing students with twenty-four hour online access to the language of their choice. Response was overwhelming and licenses will continue into next semester. Finally, every month, FLCS hosts a culture night open to all Bush School students. Past events have celebrated Indian, German, South American, and Iranian cultures.