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Rediscovering Spanish with Chavela

Last semester, I took several program classes and really enjoyed them. This semester I am only taking one program class – Spanish for Heritage Speakers taught by our wonderful Chavela.    Even though I grew up in Honduras and Spanish is my native language, I have always felt more comfortable in English. Perhaps because I […]


Interning at CEAR

Our program provides us with the opportunity to intern while in Madrid. Last semester, I worked with our program Professor Josep Lobera, as one of his research assistants. This semester, I wanted to try something different so I decided to serve as a Legal Aid Assistant at the Spanish Commission for Refugee Assistance (CEAR). There […]


Madrid by Metro Stops (by Jessica Posada)

Madrid is a big city. With a population of 3.165 million, it’s the third largest city in the European Union. Upon my arrival, Boston felt small (there’s only around 650 thousand people living there) and I loved it. For me it was more bakeries to visit, more people to talk to and more places to […]


Dunkin’ Donuts who? (by Jessica Posada)

I crammed my bloated carry-on into an overhead compartment with the help of a man with dark hair. I checked my seat number on my boarding pass and saw that I sat in the middle of the middle aisle, otherwise known as the worst seat. I lamented the lack of televisions while the woman seated […]


Do you want to be a student blogger?

We are looking for three student bloggers who can contribute to the program blog by writing a post per week, either in English or Spanish. It’s fun, it’s rewarding and you will get paid! If this is your thing, write Gloria no later than Thursday, September 3, telling her why you want to write for […]