Archivos por Etiqueta: Mexico city

Language comes alive for LT Spanish students: Chicago Tribune

Over spring break, 34 Lyons Township High School students and two teachers travelled to Cuernavaca, Mexico, a city of 1.5 million people located about 70 miles south of Mexico City, and were completely immersed in the Mexican culture and language. Students attended classes at the Universidad Internacional in Cuernavaca, a specialty school of linguistics. They studied in small classes, with anywhere

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The Spanish language school at Universidad Internacional was superb and is in an unbelievably beautiful setting

April 12, 2017 James K.  Scott, Ph.D. Director of the International Center Interim vice provost for International Programs Dear Jim, I had the opportunity to be on the other side of the study abroad experience last month when I went on the OSHER study abroad trip to Cuernavaca, Mexico with a group led by Judy Elliott. I’m happy to say that

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Testimonial from a Putney School former student in Cuernavaca

Dear Putney, I want to talk to you about something many of you are already doing. Among you are a bunch of students who have left their homes and cultures to come see what Putney has to offer. They have integrated themselves into this community and have brought bits of their home to mix in. This is exactly the environment

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“COSMOVISION” MURAL DE ROLANDO GUILLERMOPRIETO EN LA UNIVERSIDAD INTERNACIONAL

ROLANDO GUILLERMOPRIETO, 1938-2013 He was born in Mexico City in 1938 but lived in Miami, Florida, London,England, and Nassau Bahamas, among other places.  He studied at St. Bernardine’s College, in Buckingham, 52 miles from London, a boarding school run  by the Franciscans. At age 17 he lived with his brother in Laredo, Texas and began painting. Returning to Mexico City in 1957, he met numerous important artists and

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