Table français, Mesa española, Bate-papo brasileiro, and more.
LACS Minors must complete the Foundation and Distribution (FL) language requirement in Spanish, French or Portuguese and are also strongly encouraged to pursue advanced coursework and field study in one or more of the appropriate languages.
In addition to the broad formal curriculum on-campus, every week the Department of Romance Languages sponsors gatherings in the Marketplace, Casa Hispánica, the Hamer Seminar Room in Tucker Hall (318), Blue Sky Bakery, and other places where students, our native teaching assistants, and faculty get together to practice a Romance language. Additional meetings are organized around cultural events, such as Cinéma français at the Claytor House, Noche de cine at Casa Hispánica, Noche de poesía in the Commons Living room, in addition to campus-wide events like the Brazilian night at the Marketplace, when Environmental Studies sponsors an evening of Brazilian cuisine for the entire university community.
Check the Romance Languages calendar for current events!