Sushi and Tea Ceremony
Apr 17, 2014
Japanese Instructor Sunae Lee had a learn-by-doing sushi making day and an authentic tea ceremony demonstration in her Japanese 103 course this Spring.
Dr. Angelica Browne's German 233: Introduction to Literature and Culture Class Final Projects
Mar 30, 2014
Enjoy these five delightful short films written, filmed and acted by the students of German 233 Introduction to Literature Class, Winter 2014. Explore genres ranging from fairy tales, to drama and comedy.
Cal Poly to Screen Italian-Ghanaian Filmmaker’s Documentary March 7
Mar 1, 2014
If you have trouble seeing this video, please watch the trailer on YouTube.
Please note: this video is in Italian.
Italian-Ghanaian filmmaker, producer and activist Fred Kuwornu will visit Cal Poly for a screening of his documentary “18 IUS SOLI” from 4:10 to 6 p.m. Friday, March 7, in the Baker Center for Science and Mathematics (Building 180), Room 101. A conversation with the filmmaker will follow the screening.
Dr. Angelica Browne's German 201: Intermediate German I Group Project: A Potpourri on Life and Love from CalPoly
Dec 30, 2013
MLL Alumni Selected to Teach in France
Sep 28, 2013
Congratulations to Christopher Hughes (2013 Modern Languages & Literatures major, Linguistics minor) and Paige Smith (2013 English major, French minor) have been selected to teach in France for the next academic year through the Teaching Assistant program in France.
MLL Senior Helps Raise Heart Health Awareness in Argentina
Aug 9, 2013
MLL alum, Daniel Brosnahan (2014) was on an internship in Argentina working for Corazonada, a service organization that educates people of all ages about heart health.
Dr. Angelica Browne's German 201 Student Presentation: Learning German via Spätzle
Jul 13, 2013
Marisa Nelson (MLL Alum) presented on campus on May 22
May 25, 2013
Marisa spoke on the current state of California and federal law as they relate to same-sex couples' rights and estate planning. Between DOMA, Prop 8, marriage, and Registered Domestic Partnerships, this is a complicated and changing area of the law. The two cases heard by the Supreme Court in March could change things yet again. What can you do to better protect yourself and your family? Knowing your rights and creating a plan are two things you can do to take back some control. Nobody wants to think about tragic situations, but by informing yourself and planning for them now, you can give yourself peace of mind and simplify things for you and your family if you become ill or die. Having a plan in place ensures that you get to make these choices, instead of a doctor or a judge, and lets your family know what your wishes are.
MLL Alumni Speak at TESL Consortium
May 6, 2013
On Friday, May 3 the 2013 Cal Poly TESL Consortium featured 4 recent CLA alumni who spoke about their English language teaching experiences and offered job seeking advice for teaching English abroad.