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Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group prepare for a campus event during Weber State’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University


Joshua Kamp October 4, 2021

WSU Institutional Researchフォーラムによると、ウェバー州立大学は、学生人口の1%未満、つまり2020年には268人の学生が留学生で構成されているため、多様性のプールではないように思われるかもしれません。しかし、人種、民族性、宗教的信念、教育、社会階級における各人の多様な背景を説明するとき、WSUの学生、教職員は豊かな文化を持っています。Institutional...

Marta Chapado Sanchez opens the Translation Week Zoom session by defining translation and allowing all, no matter the language, to be able to feel every story. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

Translation sensation

Lexie Andrew October 4, 2021

The Department of Foreign Languages held a Translation Week from Sept. 27 to Oct. 1 for those interested in studying or pursuing a career in translation and localization. Events included open Q&A sessions...

Students play multi-language scrabble at Translation Week in 2019. Photo courtesy of Aubrey Jones from the Foreign Language Department Photo credit: Aubrey Jones

Localization, translation and interpretation

Marisa Nelson September 27, 2021

Language translation and interpretation is a $50 billion industry, which Weber State University, in conjunction with the Department of Foreign Languages, will pay homage to during the week of Sept. 27...

There’s more to translation than meets the eye

Kierstynn King September 28, 2020

As the Department Chair of the Foreign Languages department and a professor of Spanish, Isabel Asensio describes herself as a language lover.More than five years ago, Asensio realized WSU students wanted...

Does experience triumph over knowledge?

Does experience triumph over knowledge?

Jake Bergquist September 29, 2017
Does learning a language in a foreign country trump the learning in a classroom?

Weber State witnesses the first Spanish spelling bee in Utah

April 14, 2015

"Gracias," "¿como estas?" and "hola" are commonly known words in the Spanish language by nearly everyone. However, some K-12 students went above the basics to participate in the first Spanish spelling...

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