Entries tagged with ‘Spanish’

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El Tintero Launches Vol. 2 Spring Edition

On Tuesday night, February 19th, 2013 the Spanish Section of the Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures Department celebrated el Lanzamiento del Vol. 2 de El Tintero, the release of Vol. 2 of El Tintero, the on-line Spanish Literary and Cinematic journal of Gustavus. The works were uploaded to El Tintero website to join Vol. 1’s […]

Perú: Gustavus Spanish students talk about studying in Lima

On Tuesday night, Gustavus students Rachel Chase, Ian Shay, and Grace Haugen talked to a packed house in the International Center about studying in Perú last year. Some of the highlights of their talk: visiting Machu Picchu, lively descriptions of the bus system in Lima, eating in “chifa” (Chinese-Peruvian fusion) restaurants, visiting a traditional rural […]

Modern Language faculty and students participate in International Festival at Gustavus

The Gustavus International Festival on November 17, 2012 featured many of the talented faculty and students of the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures & Cultures. Professor Ana Adams, Spanish, danced the flamenco, as images of her native Andalucía showed in the background. Professor Paschal Kyoore, French and African Studies, gave a demonstration of the gyil, […]

“Learning to Serve” Gustavus Spring Break Program in Petatlán, México

Petatlán, México – March 30 – April 7, 2013 The Learning To Serve Spring Break Program in Petatlán has been an amazing experience for many Gustavus students. On the program, students go to Petatlán, México, where they work with the local community, stay as the guest of a Mexican family, and practice Spanish (no matter their current […]

Spanish Section Meets with International Students

This week the professors in the Spanish section gathered for a “meet and greet” with the international students on campus who are native speakers of Spanish. The students hail from Cuba, México, Perú and Guatemala. It was great to meet them!

The MLC Blog

Dear professors and students of Modern Languages, Literatures & Cultures: We need your help. Jeremy Robinson (Culpeper Center) and I are revamping the MLC web site. The new site will host this blog, where we will post news about the department: our students, our alums, our course projects, faculty research, and community news. But we […]