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Welcome To Spanish Club

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 Fall Semester 2018-19


 2018-19 Spanish Club Board
El lugar de las reunions: Gordy Hall el cuarto de clase 203
 
El dia/la hora de reunion: Lunes, 7 p.m.
 
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Spanish Club, Mondays, 7–8p.m., Gordy Hall 203

Spanish Club Poster        

 

 

Emma Kane

       President
       Email: ek290214@ohio.edu                  

 

Ally Robertson

       Vice President
       Email: anrobertson97@gmail.com

 

Alexis Broomes

       Secretary
       Email: ab061714@ohio.edu

 

Jacob Diaz

       Treasurer
       Email: jd576315@ohio.edu

 

Isabella Achim

       Recruitment Officer
       Email: ia185116@ohio.edu

 

Ian Carter

       Recruitment Officer
       Email: ic195615@ohio.edu

 

Profesora Liliana Alvarez

       Faculty Advisor
       Email: alvarezl@ohio.edu


Immigration in the USA: How to Become an Immigration Lawyer

Sept. 24, 2018

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The Ohio University Spanish Club hosted an event on Sept. 24 in honor of Spanish Heritage Month titled “Immigration in the USA: How to Become an Immigration Lawyer.”

Attorney-at-law Jessica Ramos came and spoke to a group of engaged students, many of whom have Latin roots or are Spanish language learners. The presentation was completely in Spanish, although it was open to students of all backgrounds.


Game Night

March 19, 2018

Members of the Spanish Club went head-to-head for the trivia championship! Catagories inlcuded vocabulary, famous hispanic women, fun facts, and countries/capitols.

Devon Swanson Trivia Score

 

Devon readies for the first trivia question (left), and Team Ebolares overcame Team Tigres to win the championship (right).

 


 

Noche Cultural 2018

March 5, 2018

The Ohio University Spanish Club hosted a Noche Cultural or “Night of Culture” on March 5th which featured music and poem reading by people from diverse cultures, who came together and shared a common love for the Spanish language.

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Movie Night: Disney Pixar’s Coco

Monday, December 4, 2017

Ohio University Spanish Club celebrated the end of the fall semester by attending a showing of the new Disney Pixar movie Coco. The film focused on Mexican culture and the importance of Día de los Muertos. All of the members that attended enjoyed themselves and found that it was a perfect way to end a successful semester with the Club.

Spanish Club at Athena Grand. 5 students pose in the theater lobby before the movie

 


Dance, Dance, Dance

Monday, November 6, 2017

The Spanish club had so much learning traditional Mexican dances from the visiting Mexican students this week! We in turn got to teach them “American” dances like the Electric Slide.

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Craft Night

Monday, October 23, 2017

Spanish Club was so excited to host a conversation and crafting hour with some visiting Mexican students! Everyone got a lot practice whether it was practicing their English or practicing their Spanish.

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Narcos Movie Night

Monday, October 9, 2017

After a long couple weeks of exams, the Spanish Club decided to have a fun TV night! We watched an episode of the Netflix original series “Narcos” about Pablo Escobar. It was fun and we even got some Spanish language listening practice.

Narcos Movie Night

 


 

Spanish Club Plays “Taboo”

Monday, September 25, 2017

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 Gabe Maxwell, Spanish Club treasurer, asks questions in Spanish to all of the members to try to figure out what the word is on his card. This was part of an activity at Spanish Club where students ask questions in Spanish to try and guess the word on their cards.

diazspanishclub2Jacob Diaz, a member of Spanish Club, laughs as he starts his Spanish questions to guess what word is on his card.

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