The Program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS) recognized LACS-Spanish double major Leasette León with its Outstanding Student Award earlier this year – something the graduating senior never imagined.
La Casa Hispana is a residential living and learning community providing students an immersive language and culture experience without studying abroad.
The fall 2020 semester has been one unlike any other in the College of Charleston's 250-year history. But out of the hard times often comes innovation, and that has certainly been the case at CofC, where faculty have expanded the horizons of learning through teaching in a hybrid (online/in-person instruction) format.
Well before the COVID-19 pandemic, the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs embarked on a plan to leverage digital technology in order to integrate immersive and sustained international education into the daily classroom experience.
Recent graduate Madison "Madi" Crow '20 created a picture book titled "Si, Hablo Dialecto" to raise awareness of indigenous Latin American language speakers in the Charleston area.
With 386 sections of online courses on the summer schedule, there’s no shortage of opportunities for CofC students to keep the momentum of their education going as the temperature creeps up.
Graduate Madison Crow, who double majored in international studies and Spanish, is ready for her next adventure in her post CofC life.
As a data analyst at the American Medical Association, Alanna Berdanier '13 is bridging the gap between health data and the people who use it.
The Department of Hispanic Studies is hosting Hispanic Heritage Celebration Day on Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019, at 3 p.m. in the Stern Center Gardens.
Esther Ferguson, who along with her husband donated her home in Trujillo, Spain, to CofC in 1996, recently gave a painting of the restored Roman ruin to the College.