13 Students Present at Language and Culture Symposium

April 4, 2012 Purnell Cropper

Thirteen Arcadia University students participated in the SEPCHE Foreign Language and Culture Symposium at Chesnut Hill College on March 31.

Dr. Rodolfo Schweizer, Associate Professor and Chair of Modern Languages and one of the founders of this biennial symposium, and Adjunct Professor Gabriela Segal from Arcadia University were on the Symposium Planning Committee. Dr. Steve O. Michael, a member of the SEPCHE Chief Academic Officers Committee, which provides financial support enabling this gathering, and President Carl (Tobey) Oxholm III attended the event as ardent supporter of this student symposium.

Student participants included:

  • Kimberly Borbone—"La marginalidad en los trabajos de Federico García Lorca"
  • Ella Grace Curtis—"El feminismo en España: en el pasado y en el presente"
  • Katie Bowker—"Las mujeres en el cine de España"
  • Kayla Mueller—"Indígenas, la tierra y la Reforma Agraria en Ecuador." She also presented on "A Semester in Ecuador."
  • Lucky Niko—"My Semester in Granada"
  • Christina Maria—"Rodriguez Being in Real Mexico"
  • Victoria LeMay—"On aura toujours Paris!"
  • Margaret Lyons—"France-China: a comparison"
  • Katherine Sundra—"Paris: From Tourist to Explorer"
  • Emily McCabe—"La trata de personas en México Arcadia"
  • Tanisha Thelemaque—"El SIDA en Latinoamérica Arcadia"
  • Marita Araújo—"Caral"
  • Melanie Quinn—"Diferencias lingüísticas Arcadia entre dos países de Latinoamérica'"
  • Cassandra Poulk—"Los musulmanes en España hoy Arcadia"

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