Archive for Nancy Scott Hanway


Associate Professor in Spanish and LALACS at Gustavus Adolphus College

 

 

J-Term in Costa Rica 2015

J?TERM 2015: Learn Spanish in beautiful Costa Rica!!! No previous Spanish study required! Profesora Mayra Taylor will be leading a J-Term course to Costa Rica in 2015. Take a short-term Spanish course tailored to your level — from beginning to advanced– as you explore the natural beauty of Costa Rica. You’ll study Spanish at a […]

 

Extraordinary Day of the Dead celebration at Gustavus!

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 […]

 
 
 
 

German class field trip to New Ulm

Professor Pat Branstad’s German 201  class took a field trip to New Ulm, Minnesota on October 1.  New Ulm’s German heritage is evident in its restaurants, shops, and tourist sites. On the class trip, students  sampled  German dishes at Veigel’s Kaiserhoff restaurant and practiced eating the German (European) way, keeping knife in right hand and […]

 

LALACS major Andi Doebler in Guanajuato, México

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, […]

 

Learning to Serve Spring Break Program in Petatlán, México

Petatlán, México – March 29-April 6, 2014 The Learning To Serve Spring Break Program in Petatlán has been an amazing experience for many Gustavus students. This time, let it be you! On the program, you will work with the local community, stay as the guest of a Mexican family, and practice Spanish (no matter your level!) For more […]

 

Drugs, Guns, and US Policies in Mexico

LALACS is proud to host human rights activist Francisco Cerezo, in a talk presented by Witness for Peace of the Upper Midwest    What: “Drugs, Guns and US Policies in Mexico” When: October 9 at 7 pm Where: Confer 127 When Francisco Cerezo’s three brothers were arrested in Mexico for student activism, they never dreamed they […]

 

Meet our Spanish language teaching assistant,Clara González Tosat

We are delighted to welcome our language assistant for Spanish, Clara González Tosat to Gustavus. Below is her description of herself in English and Spanish. Be sure to say hello to her if you see her on campus! Hi, my name is Clara González Tosat! About me:  I’m 23 years old, and I am from Huesca, […]