International Film Festival Presents “Even the Rain”

International Film Festival

The International Film Festival continues with a screening of Even the Rain. Four additional films will be shown this semester. All films, which will be shown with English subtitles, will be presented at 7:30 p.m. in Olin Auditorium, followed by refreshments and conversation. Read More»


Spanish Professor Presents at Conference

Juan De Arana, Associate Professor of Spanish, presented a paper titled “Trabajo y
colectividad: Las ciegas hormigas, de Ramiro Pinilla” [“Labor and Collectivity: The Blind Ants, by Ramiro Pinilla”]. Read More»


Student Cited at Gender & Women’s Studies Conference

Recent graduate Ellyn Rolleston, majoring in French and English,  received first place for her essay, À la recherche de la belle fidèle: Translation Theory and The Second Sex” at the Geis conference, an undergraduate and graduate conference on Gender and Women Studies, April 28 at the University of Delaware. Read More»


Dr. Hardin Appointed to National Advisory Committee

Melissa Hardin, Assistant Dean for International Studies, has been selected for a three-year appointment to the Mid-Atlantic Central Eastern and Southeast region of the National Advisors Council for the Institute For Study Abroad – Butler University, executive committee.  Read More»


Boren Scholarship Awarded to Sophomore Grace Buchele

Grace Buchele’s high school experience was a little bit different than that of most American teenagers. Her parents taught in Ghana, West Africa, and she attended a boarding school in Japan. Now exciting news that she has been awarded a prestigious Boren Scholarship means she will return to study in Japan. Read More»


Spanish Lecturer awarded OPI certification

Giovanna Steyaert, Visiting Lecturer in Modern Languages, was awarded a Certification as an Oral Proficiency Tester in Spanish by the American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). Read More»