I wish my first foray into Spanish was a little more profound than “I need to take a language, let’s give Spanish a shot,” but it really wasn’t. I was coming back to the US for the first time in almost ten years after living and working on four different continents doing a variety of […]
As I stepped onto the tarmac at Muscat International Airport to begin a summer long Arabic program, I became enveloped by a heavy miasma of humidity. I couldn’t wait to grab my luggage, head to my air-conditioned hotel room, and change into lighter clothing. Little did I know that these simple desires would never come […]
I remember the day that I had my first encounter with a piece of Japanese culture. It was a crispy afternoon in my hometown of Dorado, P.R. I turned on the T.V. set, and that’s when I saw my first peek of what I would later find out that goes by the name of animé. […]
Thanks to Middlebury for helping us to get a license for Science Online. We now have access to news and research articles from Science dating from 1997. You’ll find a link to Science on our databases list. You’ll also find it link…
The Library has just added these new DVDs to its collection: Page One: Inside the New York Times Nueva Reinas/Nine Queens (Argentina) Fresa y chocolate/Strawberry & Chocolate (Cuba) Amores perros (Mexico) El Aura/The Aura (Argentina) Guantanamera (Cuba) Los Olvidados (Mexico) Weapons Races Bill Moyers: God & Politics All of these new DVDs are available for 3-day checkout @ the Library!
Stop by our book sale today for a great selection of books. You’ll find textbooks, dictionaries, career books, novels and lots of good foreign language titles. We’ll be restocking books during the day, so it’s worth checking regul…
Our annual book sale begins on Monday. Stop by the library for great deals on good books. Hard cover books are $.50 and paperbacks are $.25.
For the recessional, the President’s Party and Faculty will recess out of Colton Hall Lawn. You will be dismissed from your seats by the graduating student speaker and will not formally recess out. Please wait to get instruction from Zhenshuai … Continue reading →
A slight change, rather than taking you receiving your diplomas, the professional photographer (Lindsey Klinger) will be taking your photo just as you are leaving the stage at commencement. There will be a blue X on the ground where you … Continue reading →