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European Day of Languages, Sept. 26th

The Council of Europe along with the European Commission have celebrated European Day of Languages since 2001. This celebration commemorates the over 200 languages spoken in the 47 member states of the Council of Europe. This day is used to encourage multilingualism and linguistic diversity within Europe.   Please visit their website for more facts and […]

National Teach Spanish Day!

Have you heard of National Teach Spanish Day? It is held every year on September 30th and is used to bring awareness to the Spanish teaching community. This celebration aims to highlight the Spanish language as well as promote the profession of Spanish teaching. Spanish is the official language in over 20 countries and is […]

Meet Wenlei Yu!

Wenlei Yu is a new member of the Culpeper crew this year and is currently working on the Lunar New Year Adventure game and Major Trivia game! Wenlei is a sophomore computer science major with a minor in philosophy. Her interests include; trying new things, anime, and watching TV series! Stop into Culpeper to say […]

Need a Language Tutor?

Despite online classes this semester, Culpeper is still offering language tutoring via Zoom! Simply select “Language Tutoring” from the left-hand list in Culpeper’s home page and find the language you need help with. To find available times scroll down to see tutors and their hours of availability. You can book an appointment or simply join […]

International Week of the Deaf 2018

The International Week of the Deaf was held this past week in countries all across the world. This year’s theme was “With Sign Language, Everyone is Included!” A few things to remember from the campaign (see World Federation of the Deaf) include: The need to reach out to governments and hold them accountable to fulfill their legal […]

2017 Art Contest Winner

BingBing Zhang has won the $100 first prize award for this years art contest with her work entitled, “A Glimpse of Chinese Art.” Congratulations! To read or listen to more information related to the artwork go to the 2017 entries page.

Language Tutor Appreciation

We want to give a big thank you to our language tutors for all their work in tutoring and with other projects. We invite you to do the same- if you have had a good experience with one of the tutors, please come into Culpeper and write a quick note for them and put it […]

Interesting CALL Projects

As we approach Mid-November, we have some interesting technology integration projects being developed as a part of the Introduction to CALL (Computer-Assisted Language Learning) Certificate taught by Jeremy Robinson through the Culpeper Language Learning Center. In this picture Sarah Jones-Boardman (French) and Tim Warburton (Swedish) pose after our most recent session where we discussed the drafts […]

Fall 2017 Essay Contest

Learning a language takes time and dedication, and a bit of planning doesn’t hurt either. To help you reach your goals, why not enter our essay contest this year? Essays are in English and you will address this question: “Where do you hope your second language skills will take you, and how do you plan […]

Fall 2017 Art Contest

Announcing the Fall 2017 Culpeper Language Learning Center’s Art Contest! If you are an artist, or aspire to be one, we invite you to submit an art piece using one or more of the themes of Language, Culture, and/or Technology. First Prize wins $100, and there are second and third prizes as well. For more […]


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