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STUDENT RETURNS TO OUR INSTITUTION TO STUDY SPANISH AND THIS TIME WITH HER FAMILY MEMBERS

Last Friday, Spanish School Uninter welcomed back a student from many years ago. Nancy Wetterau from the state of New York in the U.S. returns to visit us and this time with two of her granddaughters, Juliana Iturralde from Chicago and Katherine Wetterau from California. They are here to learn Spanish with us and what a better way to do

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SOUTH KOREAN STUDENT COMPLETES THE INTENSIVE PROGRAM AT SPANISH SCHOOL UNINTER

We said goodbye, last Friday, to an exchange student. Mina So, from the city of Namyangju in South Korea. Mina concluded her four-week stay learning Spanish in our Intensive Program, where she gained more knowledge of the language, as well as learned a little more about Mexican culture. Until then, Mina, Spanish School Uninter wishes you the best! (Translation) ESTUDIANTE

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Spanish in Mexico: University of Missouri- Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes Program at Universidad Internacional in Cuernavaca

  The Bernard Osher Foundation makes grants and endowment gifts to colleges, universities, and other non-profit organizations in four program areas: post-secondary scholarships, lifelong learning institutes for seasoned adults, select integrative medicine programs, and arts and educational organizations. The University of Missouri- Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes Program is a succesfull program leaded in Cuernavaca for more than 10 years by Dr. Judy Elliott.

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LEARNING SPANISH IN CUERNAVACA, MEXICO: POSTCARDS FROM A POSTMEXICAN

The new nacionalism? Illegal mexicans or new americans?  Read about a twentieth-century person who is trying to make sense of the twenty first century with its transnational and postnational realities that many people live today in countries such as Mexico. Everyday, especially today in the Era of Trump, we experience a bewildering, constantly changing hybrid world, always intending to adapt

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Carta de un estudiante de español al Presidente de la Universidad Internacional

March 4, 2015 Ing. Javier Espinosa Romero President Universidad Internacional Apdo. Post. 1520 C.P. 62000 Cuernavaca, Morelos MEXICO Dear President Espinosa:   On Friday, February 27, 2015, the two of us spoke briefly at an afternoon reception for 10 students from the United States (led by profesora Judy Elliott) who had just finished a two-week Spanish immersion program. The remarks I made are

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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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