by Theresa Burg This is part of a series of student-written blog posts about study abroad. Students who participated in our faculty-led summer study abroad program in Spain with Dr. Bender – Spain Today: Madrid, Pamplona y el Norte - wrote a blog post as part of their essay assignments for Spanish 565: Cultures of Spain. We’ll... Continue Reading →
Cade Ciesielski ('22) recently published a bilingual poem, "La Tierra Negra," in the Fall 2021 issue of K-State's Primary Texts Journal, Live Ideas. In this post, Cade offers insight into her creative writing process and the inspiration for her poem, "La tierra negra," which appears in this post in Spanish.
Dr. Tripp Strawbridge is Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish and Linguistics and Kansas State University Dr. Strawbridge is new to Kansas State University and Manhattan, Kansas this year (2020-21), so if you see him around campus make sure to say hello, introduce yourself, and welcome him to our #KStateSpanish community. Dr. Strawbridge teaches Spanish language... Continue Reading →
Today’s guest post is from Spanish major Emory Mathes '21, who studied abroad in Spain during the summer of 2019 with Dr. Bender's faculty-led program, Spain Today: Madrid, Pamplona, Barcelona. Emory is a Spanish major, pursuing a dual-degree in Spanish & Communication Sciences and Disorders (Speech Pathology) in the College of Health and Human Sciences.... Continue Reading →
Yesterday afternoon in the Union, Spanish majors and minors presented their research from the 2019 "Spain Today: Madrid, Pamplona, Barcelona" summer study abroad program, led by Dr. Bender, to the K-State community last night in the Union. Over 40 people attended to chat with students about their time in Spain, vote on their favorite display,... Continue Reading →