Alejandro Talaminos presents "Nuestro Quijote, nuestro Español" (“Our Quixote, Our Spanish), a Pedagogical, Didactic and Cultural Book for Learning the Spanish Language

Let’s learn Spanish with Don Quixote. Didactic and cultural, eminently practical and original, this book allows us to work on the Spanish language and to discover/learn about the universal works of Cervantes. In full color. “In a village of La Mancha…” In this way, Cervantes greets us. He greets us and he introduces us to the beautiful, fantastic world of life itself, guided by the Castilian language.

Raising a Truly Bilingual Child

True bilingualism is a relatively rare and a beautiful thing, and by “true,” I mean speaking two languages with the proficiency of a native — something most of us will only dream of as we struggle with learning languages in school and beyond.

The seal of biliteracy is a distinction worth celebrating

AS THIS year’s graduates walked down the aisle armed with Latin distinctions from valedictorian to summa or magna cum laude, tens of thousands of high school seniors also claimed an accolade dedicated to the languages they speak every day: the “seal of biliteracy,” which honors students who have demonstrated proficiency in English and another language.

HACU Press Release

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) applauds the SUNY Board of Trustees for appointing Havidán Rodríguez, Ph.D., to lead the University at Albany.Dr. Rodríguez will be the first Hispanic president of a four-year college in the State University of New York System (SUNY).