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SPAN 206: Spanish for Heritage Speakers (Spring 2016)

Mar 1, 2016


Spring Quarter 2016

Worried about losing your Spanish?

Don’t! Make your Spanish even better!

German 233 Culture and Literature Class Final Art Projects (Fall 2015)

Jan 20, 2016


The final project for Ger 233 literature course during the Fall Quarter 2015 entitled "Unser Erstes Wortkunstwerk auf Deutsch" (literally “work of art in words in German”) required students to:

German Conversation Table

Jan 5, 2016


Promote Multilingualism & JOIN THE GERMAN CONVERSATION TABLE at Cal Poly!

Practice your German, learn more about German culture and meet new friends!
Led by German-speaking faculty members at Cal Poly.
Everyone interested in speaking German or just listening is welcome!

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Russian Conversation Table

Jan 4, 2016


Join the first Russian conversation table at Cal Poly to practice your Russian, learn more about Russian culture and meet new friends!

Led by Russian-speaking faculty members at Cal Poly.
Everyone interested in speaking Russian or just listening is welcome!

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10 Reasons to Study in Florence with CSU

Nov 4, 2015


FlorenceFor all majors in Junior or Senior standing in 2016-17, with a GPA of 2.5 or better, make it a year to remember by traveling to the land of Michelangelo and La Dolce Vita! 

Here are just 10 reasons...

Cal Poly Professor to Oversee French Advanced Placement Exams

Jun 25, 2015


Brian G. Kennelly, Cal Poly professor in the Modern Languages & Literatures Department, was named the 2015-16 chief reader designate by the College Board to oversee the French Language and Culture Advanced Placement exams.

Dr. Angelica Browne's German 302 Student Short Films Tackle Big Themes

Apr 2, 2015


Winter 2015

Dr. Angelica Browne's German students continue to delight you with original and highly creative short films. This winter quarter the students of 302 Advanced Conversation and Grammar Class wrote and produced six charming films.

Cal Poly to Commemorate Mexican Student Victims Dec. 2

Dec 2, 2014


Cal Poly modern languages and literatures students and faculty will commemorate the lives and passions of 43 Mexican student victims in a community display titled “43 Legacies Left Behind,” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 2, at Dexter Lawn on campus.

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