Celebrating Chi Zeta #533 Chapter
Spanish Honors Society - Sigma Delti Pi
New York City - Hispanic Heritage Month
|Students from Hispanic Cultures of Connecticut in NYC with artist James de la Vega
||NYC for Hispanic Heritage Month - Dr. Skar with students in Justo's Botánica
||Kevin places a wish on the wishing tree - El Museo del Barrio - Miracles on 104th Street
Wor(l)ds of Poetry Bilingual Reading
| In the Wor(l)ds of Poetry Event, students & faculty read in Albanian, Bulgarian, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Telugu & Turkish.
||Miss Elaine Nadal seems very pleased with her certificate! Did she know she would be announced later as winner of the 1st prize Barnes & Noble gift?
||Everyone applauds great readings, and students from all languages and all proficiency levels participated in this event!
Day of The Dead Altar: "El Dia de Los Muertos"
|Dr. Bakhtiarova and students share homemade Pan de Muertos, a special bread for the Day of the Dead Event. Excelente!
||Students from Intermediate Spanish Language & Culture worked with local Mexican business owners from Danbury to research Day of the Dead traditions.
||Students identify traditional offerings on the Day of the Dead Altar. Rumor has it that Dr. Bakhtiarova flew to Los Angeles for some of the items!
WLL Also Supports Our LASO (Latin American Student Organization) Members and Friends!!!
|Hi, everybody! Here we are in Berkshire Hall where we have our classes and faculty offices on the Midtown Campus!
||We think our LASO students make the best empanadas in all of the Americas. (And they sell them too for fundraising. Yum!)
||LASO knows how to give a dance party! Fun, elegance, food, and, of course, friendship.