Tag Archives: spanish

The Global Ecological Imagination with Jorge T. Marcone

I am Jorge Marcone. I am a member of the Spanish and Portuguese Department. But also a member of the Comparative Literature Program. My signature course is entitled “Global Ecological Imagination”. In this course the students will learn how people from outside the United States and Europe are thinking, are responding, and are changing regarding… Read More »

HIV Crisis on the Texas-Mexico Border

let’s go back to the day that you found out what’s the first thing that went through your mind am I gonna die I I really thought I was gonna die growing up no one ever mentioned HIV to me like it wasn’t in the schools it wasn’t the conversation held at home like I… Read More »

Hispanic Heritage Month | Your South Florida

We don’t want open borders. We don’t want people to come and go without a legal system of immigration. However, let’s not forget our immigrant roots and let’s not forget the generosity of the American heart, because that’s really who we are as a people. This Hispanic Heritage Month former United States Senator Mel Martinez… Read More »

St Thomas Aquinas – An Alpha Community

my favorite part I would say it’s really having the group meeting after the video where we can share I can hear other people if they learn it something new or how do they leave their their faith it’s it’s really we are in a community it’s not just about a teaching but we are… Read More »

The Girls’ School of Austin: Spanish, Field Trips, and Community Service

The Girls’ School of Austin: Spanish, Field Trips, and Community Service [Opening music] Lisa Schmitt, Head of School: We believe it’s important for students to be involved in giving back to their community. For one, it does provide some perspective on the opportunities that they have that maybe other students might not have. [“There’s a… Read More »


In Spanish speaking countries such as those within Latin America, most of the people believe that Domingo is the 7th or last day of the week. However, as you will soon see, in many of these countries the majority of their calendars have Domingo on the first day, not the 7th day of the week.… Read More »

St Thomas Aquinas – Preparing for Ministry to the Hispanic Community

learning Spanish takes me back to when I was in high school where I first started learning Spanish and we had a great Spanish teacher at my high school at Holy Name seminary and we also had religious sisters there from Mexico who helped us there and sometimes on Friday I would attend the mass… Read More »