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AI won’t replace teachers anytime soon, but it can be used for language learning and teaching, explains Rob Reynolds.
Want to learn how to pound papyrus and assemble a printing press? Join Jamie Horrocks’ book history class!
Lance Larsen completes service as the English Department chair this summer.
The European Studies program welcomes Rob McFarland in his new role as Heather Belnap concludes her tenure.
Learn about the various student journals in the College of Humanities and how you can join them!
Professor Jim Law studies the evolution of French using Bible translations.
How can we help multilingual writers thrive? The Research and Writing Center and the Department of Linguistics find answers.
Miriam Whiting finds that discourse in media has cultural and historical significance.
Double the celebration: Maren and Sonja Mecham bond through their shared graduate experience.
The Beatniqueo combines Hispanic and Portuguese music and poetry in a beloved public humanities event.
Meet three of the best writers on campus.
Emily Inouye Huey talks about her novel "Beneath the Wide Silk Sky."