Hilltop Views

Modern Language Mingle exposes students to global opportunities

Amanda Gonzalez

November 2, 2015

The School of Humanities hosted a Modern Language Mingle in order to highlight the multiple of languages offered at St. Edward’s University.In the shade under Sorin Oak, the six languages represented on Oct. 29. were Arabic, Japanes...

Bracelets promote linguistic diversity

Staff Writer

February 15, 2014

Spanish professor Cory Lyle is trying to blur cultural lines between students with a new project.The idea is to circulate bright blue and yellow bracelets with the words “Francais” or “Español” to faculty, staff and st...

Studying abroad presents language barriers in some countries


March 6, 2013

Studying abroad in a non-English speaking country versus an English speaking country is a decision that every student who plans to study abroad has to make. But a student also has the option of taking classes in English while ...

German and French programs expand on campus, abroad


September 25, 2012

After Professor Harald Becker's death, St. Edward's University is working to continue the German program he started.  For the time being, Professor David Hunlich and Professor Anke Sanders have been hired as immediate substit...

Dean of Humanities returns her to Texas roots


September 10, 2012

Sharon Nell begins her first year as St. Edward’s University new dean of the School of Humanities this fall. When Father Louis Brusatti stepped down from the position last year, a search team interviewed applicants from acros...

German faculty use music

Tristan Hallman

September 29, 2009

High school and college German teachers from South Texas gathered for a workshop at St. Edward's University on Saturday looking for new methods for teaching German. The workshop, held in Mabee Ballroom, was based on using mus...

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