When Eunice Agyapong ‘19 traveled to Ghana for the first time as an adult, she didn’t expect to be surprised by what she saw in her parents’ homeland. But she was.
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By the time they graduate, 73.7 percent of Notre Dame undergraduate students will have participated in study abroad.
The Department of Romance Languages and Literatures has added expertise in modern Spanish and Italian culture and literature this year with two new faculty hires — Pedro Aguilera-Mellado and Charles Leavitt IV. Aguilera-Mellado, who comes to Notre Dame from the University of Michigan, focuses on modern and contemporary Spain. Leavitt, who received a Ph.D. from Notre Dame in 2010, returns to...
Three renowned experts on immigration, and the social, political and cultural narratives about Latinos in the media will participate in a panel discussion titled "Life’s Loteria: Immigration Narratives in Academia, Journalism, and Media."