‘current-student’ Category


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LALACS RESEARCH: Meet our Seniors and their Projects

Maripaz Álvarez-Tostado González-Méndez Socio-Political and Cultural Relations (Political Science, Anthropology, Communication Studies, Peace Studies) What is your capstone project about? This project studies the systematic relationships that exist between multinational corporations, international financial institutions, regional foreign policies, and indigenous communities in Latin America. It analyzes these relationships through specific practices and policies based on a […]

Why LALACS? Notes from an Alumnus’ Perspective

Written by: Bjorn Kjelstad’17 (LALACS / Spanish) One of the first questions I received upon returning home for Thanksgiving and after having declared my LALACS and Spanish double major was, “What are you going to do with that?” The question, however, should be, what do you value about your major? What I have come to […]

Why LALACS? Notes from an Alumna’s Perspective

Written by: Hannah Smith (LALACS / Spanish)   Studying an interdisciplinary major like LALACS not only opened my eyes to the ways in which social themes like immigration, climate change, and economic disparity are intertwined, but it gave me the agency to choose courses and make these connections in line with my personal vocation.  The […]