El Día de los Muertos: We were reminded on Friday night that the Day of the Dead is a day to remember our loved ones, to laugh, and to revel in life. And we did just that –in an extraordinary celebration that spanned the entire day, with a chapel service and a nighttime celebration. We […]
LALACS/Spanish major Andi Doebler is studying this semester in Guanajuato, México on the CIEE program. She appears in the latest blog post by CIEE in several pictures taken on a course trip to Mexico City. Here, she listens to a “walking lecture” in the Zócalo (the main plaza). Go Andi! We miss you at Gustavus, […]
GUSTIE OF THE WEEK! Rachel Chase, our first major! This is a great article about a wonderful person and a dedicated student. Thank you, Rachel, for being our first major!
In the Fall of 2012, students can declare a major in Latin American, Latino & Caribbean Studies! Be among the first to graduate with the new major, which examines issues such as globalization, identity, and community in Latin America. Learn about Latin American culture and history, study abroad, and serve others while you prepare yourself for our […]
Hi! My name is Avery Wallace and I am from Madison, Wisconsin. I am currently a sophomore Spanish and History double major with a LALACS minor. When I am not studying you might find me practicing in the pool. I am on the Gustavus Swim team which takes up a good chunk of my time […]