Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Eight successfully defend in Modern Languages

The spring of 2016 semester saw an impressive number of students defending a thesis. A total of eight students presented their thesis in Modern Languages, seven in Spanish and one in French. With topics ranging from the challenges of democracy in contemporary Honduras, to absurdism in Albert Camus’ work, to critical gender theory applied to a Spanish novel, these students demonstrated their language skills, as well as their knowledge of the target cultures. We wish the new graduates the best of luck in their future endeavors, wherever it may take them.