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Achievements

Congratulations to Uriel Quesada, Letitia Gomez, and Salvador Vidal-Ortiz, winners of the 2016 Ruth Benedict Book Prize for Queer Brown Voices.

Congratulations to these Languages and Cultures students who received special awards at the 2016 Humanities and Natural Sciences Honors Convocation:

The Richard A. Frank Memorial Award for Excellence in Modern Foreign Languages—Connor M. Crowe

The Excellence in French Award—Ashlyn Haycook

The Honorary Consul of Spain in New Orleans Award—Rowan E. Oliversen

The Center for Latin American Studies Award: Martín Better

The Solidarity Award for Outstanding Latin American Studies Minor—Stephanie I. MacClellan

Mr. Mackenzie McMillan (B.A. 2013--Political Science, minors in History & Asian Studies) was admitted to the Japan Studies M.A. program at University of Washington where he was awarded the FLAS Fellowship for the 2016-2017 school year for Japanese language study. He was also accepted at the Social Policy and Development Program (NGOs) at the London School of Economics. Congratulations, Mackenzie!
 

Dr. Isabel Durocher received the Faculty Excellence in Teaching from the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences, 2016. ¡Felicitaciones, Dra. Durocher!

Hannah Griggs (English Literature/Spanish 2012) received her Masters from Boston College in 2016. She is currently an Adjunct Instructor of English at Boston College. ¡Felicitaciones, Hannah!

Dr. Nathan Henne received the Faculty Excellence in Community Service from the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences, 2016. ¡Enhorabuena, Dr. Henne!

Loyola graduate Cheyenne Blackburn (Criminal Justice with a Spanish minor, 2015) received a position shortly after graduation as a Community Outreach Paralegal with the Southern Poverty Law Center. According to Cheyenne, part of the reason she applied for and received this position was due to her Spanish classes at Loyola! ¡Felicitaciones, Cheyenne!

Laura Givnish (International Development/Spanish--2016) was selected to become a Youth Development Volunteer with the Peace Corps in Perú. She will serve there for 27 months. ¡Felicitaciones y buena suerte, Laura!

¡Felicitaciones a los nuevos socios de Mu Kappa! In April, the following students were initiated into the national Spanish honor society, Sigma Delta Pi:

Sawyer-Rae Joseph

Darius Smith                    

Theresa Solenski

Jordan Cayley Kent-Wozinski

¡Bienvenidos!

 

On May 5, 2016, the Honors seminar "History of French Fashion" and some of their friends gave an exciting show. According to the program, the show was "a retrospective wink to three iconic French couturiers whose visionary work paved the way for revolutionary changes not only in our wardrobe, but also, in the way we live." More than 230 people attended to see this review of fashion to music. Many thanks to Aveda Institute for hair and make-up, and to the support of Francophilia Foundation, the University Honors Program, and the Department of Languages and Cultures.

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