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Spanish professor tied to her culture

Spanish professor tied to her culture

Andrew Murray, Reporter

April 1, 2019


Filed under Campus, News

Born in Pueblo, Mexico Claudia Montoya associate professor of Spanish, holds her culture, life and students in high regard. “I have all the duties of a professor, which is the grading, preparing for classes, the research,” Montoya said. She is a working bee, but with that she also takes time...

A call for sign language to be introduced on campus

Tasia Floissac

March 20, 2018


Filed under Campus, News

As campus continues to make changes to cater to the needs of students with disabilities, director of the disability support services, Debra Higginbotham is making an appeal for the inclusion of sign language in the course catalog. “So many students don’t even know about the number of students...

Housing and world languages to move offices

Housing and world languages to move offices

Tyler Manning

February 20, 2018


Filed under Campus, News

With plans of renovations, a new language lab, more inclusion and the possibility of culture-based cooking classes, these soon-to-be realities for faculty members of the Office of Housing and Office of World Languages and Cultures are accompanied by the preparations to move on-campus locations. The Office of Housi...

Language department to add Parseltongue

Caleb Martin

April 5, 2017


Filed under Guest Column, Op-Ed, Satire

SATIRE Students are lining the halls and sidewalks of Bea Wood, like squatters on Black Friday outside a Best Buy, to register for the language department's newest course: Parseltongue. The line of more than 90 students formed at 5 a.m. the day after the fall 2017 class schedule was posted. Beca...

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