Nov. 10, 2022: “Spain Today Gallery: Research and Photography”
“Spain Today Gallery: Research and Photography”. This gallery-style event featured research projects completed by students who took Span 772, and phtoto essays and blogs fro Spanish 565, during the 2022 Summer Study Abroad program in Spain (#KSUSummerSpain2022). Students and faculty can drop by between 4:30-6pm (EH 226) in to see their topic-based photo gallery and to learn about their experiences in Spain — great for students interested in participating in the program this summer, May 21-June 21, 2023 – More information here SPAIN TODAY: Madrid, Pamplona y el Norte, 2023
WEEKLY: Want to practice your Spanish outside of class, in an informal setting?
Join your classmates and professors on the second-floor of Eisenhower Hall, in the new lounge — EVERY WEDNESDAY 2-3pm of Fall semester (2022). Stop by for the whole hour, half, or even just for a few minutes between your classes or meetings — whatever fits your schedule. This is an informal gathering, for fun and Spanish practice — there is no special topic and no obligation to use “perfect” Spanish — ALL LEVELS WELCOME, from Spanish 1 to senior seminars to graduate students and GTAs! We always have coffee and snacks, and sometimes we do BOOK RAFFLES!
PAST EVENTS (that we hope to repeat post-pandemic):
Spanish Club’s Monthly movie night
Dates and schedule TBA. In Spring 2020, Spanish Club met twice (pre-Covid) to watch the first episode of a Spanish series on Netflix. In February it was the first episode of Casa de papel (Money Heist), and in March we watched the first episode of Las chicas del cable (Cable Girls) –– the goals are to take a study break together and, if you end up liking the series, you’ll have a Spanish-language program to help you improve your Spanish while binge-watchiing Netflix! We watch the program or film in Spanish with English subtitles, so all levels of Spanish are welcome. Popcorn provided and BYOB 🙂
March 2020 meeting, 4:00pm – “Las chicas del cable” (1st episode)
Oct. 2019: Gallery Exhibition: Healing Communities Through Art
OCTOBER 7-18, 2019: GALLERY EXHIBITION: HEALING COMMUNITIES THROUGH ART with Special Guest Edwin Rodriguez, founder of Colombian nonprofit Mil Colores Para Mi Pueblo in Chapman Gallery, Willard Hall (M-F, 9am-5pm). These events were a huge success on campus and in Manhattan. Spanish Translation Students (Span 575) will be blogging about them soon!
Oct. 2019: SALSA DANCING and lessons in Eisenhower 126