Two Spanish professors will share their work on musical and literary responses to social injustice on Mon. 4/13 at 4pm in McKee 121. For more info click here.
The last tertulias of the semester will take place at the following times and places:
Wed. 4/8, 4-5pm @ Tuck's
Thurs. 4/16, 5-6pm @Tuck's
Wed. 4/22, 5:30-6:30 @ Sazón
Mon. 4/27, 5-6pm @Tuck's
¡Vengan a practicar!
Modern Foreign Languages' "Romantic" Poetry Event gave students, faculty, and others in the university community the chance to share poems in Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Click here to see video.
Foreign Language Contest 2015
The thirty-third annual Foreign Language Contest
was held on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.
Click here for wInners!
-April 2015 edition
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Our programs not only build and broaden language skills, but also expose you to the rich culture and history of the world’s people and places. Our comprehensive and intensive range of courses allows for the study of a wide variety of languages and cultures, including Cherokee, Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish.
We offer several undergraduate academic programs that include majors in Spanish (B.A., B.S.Ed.) and minors in German, Spanish and Japanese.
In addition to your curricular pursuits, you’ll find any number of special opportunities and events to get involved in—student-run organizations, Study Abroad, Hispanic Heritage Month, foreign language contests, to name but a few.
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