Jordan Koslowsky I confidently believe that learning a second language is one of the best decisions you can make. I am studying International Political Economy, and two language courses are required for my degree. However, after taking the introductory level Spanish courses I decided to use my elective courses to complete a Minor in Spanish. […]
Matthew Cheng As a Canadian-Born Chinese, learning Chinese was considered mandatory. Recognizing that within Chinese, it consists of many languages, and it indefinitely brought immense difficulties and struggles. However, motives arose to learn what being a Chinese Canadian entailed. There was one problem, Cantonese, or Mandarin? Luckily, being the youthful self I was, both Cantonese […]
By Niki Mara, for the Department of World Languages and Cultures I Came to Trinity in 2015 as a Chemistry major but ended up switching to the Education program on the very first day. I think I’ve always been a teacher at heart, specifically, a language teacher. I am currently on my way to becoming […]
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