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Latin American and Latino Studies

Student News

Latin American and Latino Studies minor received a William Jefferson Clinton scholarship to study in Dubai this past summer 

Victoria Sirois, '17,  studies abroad in Dubai last summer. 

Former Latin American and Latino Studies Minor Feels the Music in her Bones 

Marialana Merrick, '14, is currently singing away in the Baltimore area.

Loyola Junior LALS Minor Keeps Busy These Days Taking Various Courses

Patrick Diamond, '13 continues to move up through the Spanish program taking “SN203: Introduction to Reading Literature.

Loyola Senior Completing an Interdisciplinary Major in Global Studies with Two Minors, Spanish and Latin American and Latino Studies

Sean D'Alfonso, '11 is graduating from Loyola with a Global Studies major and two minors, one in Spanish and one in Latin American and Latino Studies.

Loyola Third-year LALS Minor Shares Her Culturally and Stimulating Experiences as an Exchange Student in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Every morning I wake up in my residencia in the center of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Loyola Senior Majoring in Spanish and Minoring in LALS Reflects on Her Invaluable Experiences in Argentina

Even before Jillian Shropshire, '11, commenced her studies at Loyola University Maryland, she developed an early interest for Latin American culture.

Loyola Senior Achieving a Major in Two Fields and a Minor in a Third Field, Latin American and Latino Studies

Joshua Barnes, ’11, is combining the Latin American and Latino Studies minor with a dual major in Spanish and Global Studies.

Loyola Graduate Continues Her Studies Looking for Ways to Effect Positive Change

Rachel Forbes, ‘08, is presently pursuing a Master in Social Work degree with an international (Latin American dimension) at Monmouth University in New Jersey.

Loyola to Graduate Its First Latin American and Latino Studies Minor

Kaitlyn Quigley, '09, became the first Loyola student to complete the Latin American and Latino Studies minor.

Student Translates Essay by Peruvian Essayist and Poet

Cathleen Carris, '10, put together the skills she has learned from her history and Spanish majors, as well as her literary and English talents, to translate into English an essay by the noted Peruvian modernist essayist and poet, Manuel González Prada.