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Renowned Cervantes Scholar Roberto González-Echevarría Visits Raleigh

Renowned Cervantes scholar Roberto González-Echevarría recently visited the triangle-area to participate in the "I Am Quixote" Festival, a 10-month event that celebrates the 400th anniversary of the second and closing installment of Miguel de Cervantes' famous Don Quixote. Prof. González-Echevarría is Sterling Professor of Hispanic and Comparative Literature at Yale University and the author of Myth and Archive: A Theory of Latin American Narrative, which won the 1989–90 MLA’s Katherine Singer Kovacs [...]

"Hablamos español en NC": Hispanic Linguistics Program Goes to La Fiesta del Pueblo

On September 26, 2015 the Hispanic Linguistics Program participated in La Fiesta del Pueblo, an annual event that showcases Hispanic language and culture in North Carolina. During the event, Foreign Languages and Literatures faculty and graduate students engaged in several outreach activities including handing out free buttons with the phrase "Hablamos español en NC" ("We speak Spanish in NC"), and asking passersby to place a pushpin on a map [...]

Student of the Month: Hayden Russell

Hayden Russell is a graduating senior majoring in English and minoring in Classical Studies. A University Scholar, he has two ongoing research projects and an editorial internship, has studied abroad in the UK, and is a member of the Skateboarding and Game Design clubs. Hayden intends to continue his education in digital rhetoric and game studies at the graduate level.

Business and the Humanities, a Talk by Dr. Colbey Reid

Sigma Delta Pi The National Hispanic Honor Society & The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures Presents “Business and the Humanities” A talk by Dr. Colbey Reid Director, Consumer Innovation Consortium Poole College of Management Dr. Reid will also be talking about opportunities available to advanced Spanish students in industry partnerships Wednesday, September 2, 12:30-1:30 Withers Hall, Room 331

Students Recognized for Service, Leadership

NC State’s Alumni Association pays special attention to students who emerge as campus leaders, knowing the special traits these undergraduates hone here will serve them – and the wider world – once they graduate. Each year, the Alumni Association recognizes a few of the university’s seniors who are role models for leadership and service with the Mathews Medal. Two of the four 2015 recipients are Humanities and Social Sciences students: Austin Bath and Alex Parker.