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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 […]

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.

Pizza and a New Year

I am looking forward to an exciting year in Culpeper. We have some great workers, those students who are returning, along with new students joining our ranks. I am excited at the spread of linguistic background which we have access to. To kick things off, we had a beginning of the year meeting, with some […]

Spring 2017 Contest Winners

A special thanks and congratulations to our Spring 2017 contest winners, along with all the students who entered and participated. First place in the Essay Contest went to Eli Sciammas for his piece entitled Diary of a 老外. First place for the video contest went to Ben Keran for his video Wilkommen In St. Peter filmed […]

Introduction to CALL Certificate

Three members of the Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures Department began their participation in an Introduction to CALL Certificate program during Fall 2016, and will each be implementing a technology integration plan into one of their Spring 2017 courses. The program is facilitated by Jeremy A. Robinson, Director of the Culpeper Language Learning Center, who […]

Art Contest Winners

The results are in, “A Rooster Year” by BingBing Zhang has won First Prize in this year’s art contest! BingBing won a $50 Book Mark gift card, along with a Gustavus Beanie and Mug. Congratulations!  Second Prize goes to Emily Dzieweczynski for “Decay,” which also won Best of Show, selected during the Art and Creativity Showcase last night. Thanks to […]

Exploring Sign Language Group

Are you interested in learning about American Sign Language, sign languages from other countries, and associated cultures? If so, join us! We meet upstairs in the Humanities Resource Room (Con 230) Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:30pm. Click here for more information, or email us at SignMeUp@gustavus.edu. Feel free to just come without emailing ahead of time. To schedule ahead, […]