Entries tagged with ‘Spanish’

Professor Kalbermatten and James Ramsburg (18) received the Presidential Faculty-Student Collaboration Grant 2017-2018

Professor María Isabel Kalbermatten and James Ramsburg (18) received the Presidential Faculty-Student Collaboration Grant 2017-2018 for their project titled “Manipulation and Representation of Reality in Cristina Kirchner’s Political Discourses from 2007 to 2015.” The main goal of the project is to show how audiences could be manipulated through the speeches of the former president of […]

The Importance of Being Bilingual

By: Emily Syverud If you polled all seniors tomorrow, I’d like to think that we could all agree on one thing – the world has changed a lot since we started at Gustavus as first-years in 2013. Throughout the presidential election and up to today I have noticed an increase in anti-immigrant sentiments and a tense […]

Tertulias Culturales en Confer

On Tuesday, April 18th, the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures will be hosting its annual Spanish “Tertulias” in Confer 128 at 7:00 p.m. Tertulias are designed for Spanish students to come and learn about their peers’ study abroad experiences in Spanish-speaking countries. Prospective study abroad students will also have the chance to ask […]

3rd Gustavus Hispanic Film Fest – Coming Soon!!!

The Department of Modern, Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at Gustavus Adolphus College and the Spanish Section are excited to announce that it will be hosting it’s third Latino Film Festival throughout February and April. All five films fall under a central theme of “Life on the Edge” in many senses of the phrase. Screenings will take […]

This Month in the Spanish Department:

by Leah Mott From calavaras and papel picado to violence and gender, the Spanish department’s November was equal parts celebration of Latin American culture and critical examination of one of the region’s current challenges. Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a well-known holiday that originated in Mexico and is celebrated each […]

La Mesa Español

Every Tuesday of the week we gather in Confer from 6pm to 7pm to chat and enjoy a wonderful afternoon with friends and classmates. La Mesa de Español is an excellent opportunity to practice Spanish, improve speaking skills and learn about others who travelled abroad or who are Spanish native speakers. La Mesa allows students […]

Meet our Spanish Language Teaching Assistant, Cintia Rodríguez

¡Hola! Soy Cintia de Córdoba, Argentina. Soy Traductora Pública de Inglés y estudié Profesorado de Inglés en la UNC (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba). Me considero una persona motivada que se involucra en programas que me hacen crecer como persona y aportan a mi conocimiento académico. Trabajé en programas universitarios que ayudaban a las comunidades nativas […]

MEET OUR MAJOR NATE LONG

¡Hola a todos! My name is Nate Long, and I’m a senior Spanish and Political Science Honors major. I am back on campus after spending last spring in Alicante, Spain. Spending a semester in Spain was absolutely incredible. My host family was truly amazing and made me feel like a member of the family immediately. […]

Meet Ashley Eickhoff, our Spanish Student Assistant

Hi everyone! I’m Ashley Eickhoff, a senior Spanish major and LALACS minor. I was fortunate enough to study abroad last semester in Mexico in the beautiful city of Guanajuato, where I stayed with a host family—they were a blessing, and I couldn’t have asked for a better family of which I became a member. I […]

A MEMORY OF A TRIP THAT IS MORE THAN JUST A TRIP

Learning To Serve – Petatlán, 2015 By: Carlos Mario Mejía Suárez and Bjorn Kjelstad Between March 29th and April 4th the Center for Servant Leadership conducted the fifth Learning To Serve program in the city of Petatlán, located in the coast of the state of Guerrero in Mexico. This program takes place every year during […]