The 2016 Summer language camps were a great success with over 45 students! Join us in 2017.
The department of Foreign Languages is looking forward to our 2017 summer language camps in French, German and Spanish. Please visit the High School Camps page for information and dates for our 2017 summer language camp.
The Spanish Film Club series was made possible with the support of Pragda, SPAIN Arts and Culture and the Secretary of State for Culture of Spain, as well as Millersville University and the Rosario Caminero Latino Celebration. Six Tuesday evenings in the fall Spanish language films were shown in the Myers Auditorium in McComsey Hall. This film series included "El libertador"(2014), "Chico y Rita"(2012), "Con la pata quebrada"(2014), "Las Analfabetas"(2013), "Bajarí"(2013), "¿Qué culpa tiene el tomate?"(2011)
Music, Film, and Television in the K-12 Classroom
Workshops were led by local high school teachers who shared great strategies to get your students communicating in the target language. There were opportunities to share classroom experiences.
The 2015 Summer language camps were a great success! Join us in 2016.
The department of Foreign Languages is looking forward to our 2016 summer language camps in French, German and Spanish. Please visit the High School Camps page for information and dates for our 2016 summer language camp.
February 26, 2013 or February 27. 2013in Myers Auditorium, McComsey Hall
A special viewing of Out of Cordoba a documentary film, directed by Jacob Bender, about the legacy of the Spanish city of Cordoba and its meaning for our times.
October 18, 2012 in Myers Auditorium, McComsey Hall
Our second Molière presentation featured Tim Mooney. Over the past ten years, Mooney has introduced over a hundred thousand students to the uproarious French playwright (Molière) in his hit play, MOLIERE THAN THOU. As Molière, Mooney captures the playwright, still alive and funnier than ever. He depicts Molière, abandoned by his cast and desperate to retain the box office income, parading through the most side-splitting scenes of French history,