Oral presentations, performances, and demonstrations

  • Session I: 9 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.

      Burgiss Theatre, Trone Student Center

      Spanish 201 Short Films (class award winners)
      Moderator: Angelica Lozano-Alonso

      Stephanie Carlozzi (presenter), Porter Gratn, Nathan Molterno, McKinsey Payne
      "Despedida de soltera" (7:18)
      Stephen Lukridge (presenter), Rachel Martin, Lacey Porter, Larkidus Robinson
      "No me disimulan" (8:38)
      Greyson Holley (presenter), Emily Martin, Kayla Pike, Sally Tucker
      "El caso del paladin desaparecido" (7:08)
      Melina Bricker, James Hambrick, India Robinson (presenter), Nicolas White
      "El libro" (8:40)
      Kristin Farrar, Emily Gale (presenter), Thomas O'Reilly, Emilia Salgado
      "Short film-Spanish 201" (4:11)
      Kyleigh Dirks, Alex Forrest (presenter), Samual Hobgood
      "Pork rinds" (9:06)
  • Session II: 10:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.

      Furman Hall 229

      Phi Sigma Iota Senior Essay Competition
      Moderator: Marianne Bessy

      Rachel Graf
      Transcending Reality in Julio Cortázar's Short Stories
      Dylan Jarrett
      An Identity Formed in Spite of Nationality: The Development of Identity During Exile According to the Poetry of Luis Cernuda
      Jessica Chetelat
      An Empire of Letters" On the Universality of the French language in the XVIII century
  • Session III: 1 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.

      Furman Hall 229

      Issues in Contemporary Spanish Society
      Moderator: David Bost

      Megan Lee
      Becoming a Doctor in Spain
      Mel Wilcox
      The Decline in Marriage Rates Among Spaniards
      Michaela Barnett
      Community Gardens in Spain
      Kelsey Kinderknecht
      Childhood Obesity in Spain
      Sam Pasco
      Health Problems Within the Spanish Gypsy Population
  • Session IV: 2:30 p.m. - 3:50 p.m.

      McEachern, Furman Hall 214

      MLL Video Contest Live Vote
      Moderator: Sachi Schmidt Hori

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