Saint Joseph is not only the patron saint of Sicily, he is also the protector of workers, immigrants and travelers. As such, he is an ideal figure for celebrating our campus’ commitment to social justice and solidarity with people of all religious faiths and backgrounds.
In this watercolor workshop, we will draw upon Monet’s unique approach and color palette to explore our own sense of artistic creation. Try your hand at his Water Lilies or create your very own new approach. All ideas, styles and levels are welcome. No experience needed. Just a sense of adventure and fun! For more information: Dr. Matthew Gervase (firstname.lastname@example.org).
SHC Spanish students attended the 35th annual Mobile International Festival as part of the global citizenship theme of Stephanie Balmori's LEAP class, with much help from LEAP Leader Brigit Reynolds. ¡Gracias Brigit!
Every other Wednesday we meet in the Student Center’s dining hall for the Spanish language table. This informal meeting offers a unique opportunity for students to practice and improve their speaking skills with faculty and other students in a relaxed environment. All Spring Hill students are welcome! First café of the semester: Wednesday, August 29, 2018, 12:30-1:30pm. Future meetings: 09/12, 09/26, 10/10, 10/24, 11/07, 11/28 Questions? Email Dr. Torres at email@example.com
Dr. Colette Windish will be giving a talk on her latest research at the Holocaust in Memory and History symposium at the University of South Alabama. Windish will present "Haunting Memories: Crafting a Modern French Identity in the Shadows of Vichy" on Wednesday, September 7, at 1:30 p.m. at the Seamen's Bethel, USA campus.
Beginning- and intermediate-level Spanish students from across campus created Vine videos in Spanish as part of an assignment. A group of upper-division students judged the videos and the winning video was chosen by voice vote at a public event. Watch a compilation of the best videos below!
As part of a rebuilding effort after Hurricane Katrina, Ashley Sanders accompanied her high school’s Habitat for Humanity club in 2008 on a trip to volunteer in Mobile, Ala. During her stay in the Port City, Sanders fell in love with the area and returned a few months later to look at colleges.
If life wasn’t busy enough for Kiva Talty, the Spring Hill freshman recently added another dimension to her college experience. On Thursday evenings, Talty, a rugby player and freelance photographer for The Springhillian, also spends her time talking with ESL (English as a Second Language) students from Columbia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Mexico, and Cuba.