World Language & Cultures students get immersed into a culture by:
- Living in the Max Kade International Wing, promoting cross-cultural exploration
- Write creative work in a foreign language for Gator International, a magazine established in 1993 and managed by the language honor society, Phi Sigma Iota.
- Joining a language or cultural student organization such as Phi Sigma Iota language honor society
Special-interest housing is open to any student who has a strong interest in world cultures or who wants to live in the language they’re studying.
Write creative work in a foreign language for Gator International, a magazine established in 1993 and managed by the language honor society, Phi Sigma Iota.
“ Learning a new language will change your life forever. Not only does it open up more career opportunities, but you can communicate with people across the globe on a deeper level. ”
Rachael Cohen '20
(Latin & Caribbean Studies minor) was a Project Supervisor at Amigos de las Américas in Matagalpa, Nicaragua.
Kai van Rosendaal '19
(Middle East/North Africa Studies minor) worked at European Union/American University in Brussels, Belgium.
Tyler Allen '18
(International Studies/Religious Studies double major) taught in the LEAP (Learning for the Enrichment and Advancement of Palestinians) program in Tyre, Lebanon.
Alana Picozzi '18
(Spanish/English double major) was a TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Trainee at CIEE (Council On International Educational Exchange) in Barcelona, Spain.
Leah Franzluebbers '18
(German minor) was a Research Assistant at the Rocky Mountain Biological Lab in Gothic, Colorado.
RECENT SENIOR COMPS
The Senior Comp is the culmination of four years of experience, imagination, and study. It is the moment when you demonstrate what you’ve learned by teaching us something new.
“Il ne faut pas gâcher, il ne faut pas gaspiller: Exploring Waste as the Solution to Hunger in France since Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables (1862)”
(Faythe Schulte ‘23, French/Environmental Science & Sustainability double major)
“Vers une Valorisation du Vaudou en Haïti comme Patrimoine Matériel et Immatériel”
(Daline Saintelus ‘21, French major/Political Science minor)