Department of Spanish News

  • Spanish Major Sid Subramanian Profiled by Old Gold & Black
    Graduating Spanish Major and recipient of the 2024 Ruth Foster Campbell Award for Excellence in Spanish Sid Subramanian was profiled by the Old Gold & Black last week for their 2024 Graduation Tabloid. Read the full profile here.
  • Newspaper articles written by SPA 309 students for Qué pasa
    Students from Dr. Gutiérrez’s SPA 309 class wrote compositions about the Hispanic community in Winston-Salem during the fall semester. Those compositions appeared as newspaper articles during the Christmas break in the local journal Qué pasa! Check them out here.
  • SPA 280 Visit to SECCA
    On Indigenous People’s Day (celebrated on the second Monday of October), Professor Ryan Goodman took students from SPA 280 on a trip to the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA). There, students engaged with Corpus, an exhibition of ceramics and fabric works by Peruvian American artist Kukuli Velarde. The tapestries and ceramic works in this […]
  • ¡Puedo Leer!
    Wake Forest students had a great time teaching Spanish-speaking children at Mineral Springs Elementary how to read and write in Spanish as part of the new program ¡Puedo Leer! directed by Professor Lauren Miller. Such a fun group!
  • Dr. Gómez Cervantes talks with SPA 379
    Sociology Professor Dr. Gómez Cervantes talks to SPA 379 students about Mexican immigration to the US from a diachronic perspective, and educates Spanish students on the terminology used to refer to undocumented immigrants and its connotations.

Profe Turner talked to one of our Conversation class. Students really liked learning about Neuromarketing
The Medical Spanish Series is hosting Dr. Raúl Necochea this Wednesday, March 6. Join us at Wingate (behind Wait Chapel) at 3:30pm.
Our 303 class had so much fun learning about the life of a classically trained ballerina who has worked in the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, and the US. Thank you, Alejandra Dore, for kindly sharing your experience, current projects, and memories.
Dr. Valdez and her SPA 303 class welcomed Irasema León, activist and founder of the NGO Comedor Golondrinas, based in Hermosillo, Mexico. ¡Thanks for sharing all your insights, Irasema!
Our first tertulia of the semester was full of laughs! Join us for the next casual Spanish conversation hour on October 5th at 3:30 in Smith’s cafe in ZSR. ¡Todos son bienvenidos!
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