If you eat in OSCA, but you wish you could use Stevie meals for language tables, get excited! Lara Griffin is organizing an OSCA Spanish Table that will rotate between co-ops so that people who don’t eat in CDS can still practice Spanish in a fun, conversational way. Contact Lara at email@example.com for more information.
Laura Weiss, Oberlin class of 2013, is one of the newest bloggers at the Huffington Post. Her latest article is about how we think about Latin America. She writes: To read more, check out her article!
Have you ever wondered what TV characters would sound like if you were watching in Japan or Mexico? BuzzFeed made a video, reposted on an Italian site, with a clip from the Simpsons as they sound in the US, Spain, Mexico, France, Germany, Italy, and Japan. Enjoy!
You can now access the supersite for Portuguese 101 and 102 via our Portuguese language resources page. It’s lonely there, so take a minute to suggest new resources for Portuguese and other languages!