Experiential Learning in Modern Languages
The Department of Modern Languages offers exciting social opportunities that are open to all students. Achieve greater fluency in Spanish by attending Tertulia led by our native-speakers, or enjoy the Hispanic Film Festival.
Hispanic Dance Sessions
The department, together with the Spanish Club [link to new student resources page], sponsors the Hispanic Dance Sessions at FHSU. Through the dance sessions we all have a chance to immerse ourselves in the dance, which is an integral part of Hispanic culture.
Hispanic Dance Sessions help promote the Hispanic culture at FHSU and in Hays, Kansas (sessions are free and also open to the community). We all learn about different cultures and diversity through the dances and the music. For more information, please contact Dr. Chita Espino-Bravo
Sessions were held every two to three weeks in Cunningham Hall 122, and included dance sessions focusing on flamenco, salsa and samba. Check here for details on upcoming sessions.
Enjoy speaking Spanish in a relaxed environment with fellow students, faculty, and members of the Hays community. For more information, contact Dr. Chita Espino-Bravo. Check here for details on upcoming
Hispanic Film Festival
The Hispanic Film Festival was designed to create the opportunity for FHSU students, faculty, and the community of Hays, Kansas, to experience Hispanic culture through film. All the films we show are in Spanish with English subtitles and deal with past or contemporary issues of the Hispanic world. For more information, contact Dr. Chita Espino-Bravo.
Kaffeestunde is a German conversation table. Come practice your spoken German in this informal and fun setting, and meet other FHSU students studying German as well as our exchange students form Germany! For more information, please contact Max Maximov, and check here for details on upcoming meetings.