Our club was originally founded in November, 1928, and called "Las Voces Del Valle". In 1931, the name was changed to "El Parnaso Club", a name from a literary organization of which Miguel de Cervantes (author of Don Quixote) was once a member.
Join us to celebrate and honor life 🌸🌼
The Spanish Club prepared and served lunch for 60 people at the La Puente Shelter #asucaresday19 #ASUCares
Last week, some members of the ASU Spanish Club were at Dominican Republic doing community service with Save the Children Dominicana! Learning from the organization and trying to find ways to help the youth.
The adventure does not end here, the club is still looking for more ways to help the organization. ENJOY THE CLUB and be part of this journey; trying to make a difference in the world 🌎
CONGRATULATIONS 🎉 to Alamosa High School for wining first place for the second consecutive year at PanAmericanDay competitions.
Want to thank everyone who was part of this magnificent event. Hope you all enjoyed and learned from the experience! See you all next year ✨
Día De Los Muertos
Photos from ASU Spanish Club's post
Haciendo Calaveras de azúcar
Homecoming so far
Here is the video from the daca presentation https://vimeo.com/259955335
This video is the profile of five dreamers.
Then here is another program that Josie Lopez Found about going to Spain Let me know your thoughts
Our educational trips are totally customizable, so, to give you an exact quote for your trip, we would need more details about the exact time you want to be in Spain and the excursions and activities that you would like to choose.
Our educational base tour includes:
Airline ticket from the city with the nearest international airport to Seville
Homestay accommodation with full board
4 hours of daily Spanish classes adapted to the group level
3 or 4 Weekly Activities
1 or 2 weekly excursions
Spanish SIM card.
6 Weeks: € 5,890 (Euro)
5 Weeks: € 4,990 (Euro)
4 Weeks: € 4,200 (Euro)
3 Weeks € 3,345 (Euro)
2 Weeks € 2,700 (Euro)
These prices can be increased, but also decrease based on the needs of your trip, so it is essential to work together in the preparation of the trip to adapted it to your budget.
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This Is what Alyssa Tovar has shared about a program in the Domincan Republic Let me know what you guys think
Sample Itinerary and Pricing
Dominican Republic: Building a Sustainable World
PARTICIPANTS PRICE (includes free
Less than 10 students
$2499 per person
$1999 per person
$1799 per person
● Learn about the history that has shaped the relationship between Dominican and Haitians of
● Interact with local community members through immersive activities and projects
● Participate in the construction of a house using sustainable methods and plastic bottles
● Snorkel in Sosua and enjoy beautiful beaches
● Challenge yourself with adventure
● Compare, contrast and identify challenges traditional communities face in the 21st century
● Explore topics such as international development, 7e community assessment model, health and
● Project: Bottle House construction
● Explore the nature of Costa Rica with an adventurous walk at night
The island of Hispaniola is susceptible to many
reoccurring issues such as natural disasters, an
underdeveloped economy and lack of good education
that inevitably contributes to homelessness. In an
effort to facilitate the transition of families out of
homelessness in order to give the families an
opportunity to be successful.
No longer building homes out of locally sourced wood,
there’s been a choice to use 18-ounce plastic bottles to
have a larger overall impact. The communities source
the bottles from local river beds, beach cleanups, landfills, and buried trash sites. The bottle house
project alleviates economic, personal, health, and environmental security for the family. On average, a
bottle house uses 9,000 plastic bottles.. Join us on the next trip to make an impact to our communities.
Arrive into Puerto Plata Airport (POP) or Santiago Airport (STI). Our Program Director will greet you at
the airport with a GLA sign and a huge smile! We drive to Las Cañas, our program home base. Program
orientation will be held inside the Indalo Lodge. We will walk around community to orientate yourself
with surroundings. Maybe a quick swim on the beach or a soccer game!
We depart on our first day of work in the
community, but before we leave the lodge, we
have a morning discussion on Community
Ethics. When we are at work site, we will assist
with the construction of a bottle house with
local community members. You will have the
opportunity to relax at the lodge after service.
Service Hours:: 9am-3pm (one hour lunch)
Reflection & Discussion (optional or choose other topic/activity): Learn about community assessments
model and Human Security Model.
This will be our second day of bottle project construction. We will continue working on project and
making friendships in the community with local youth and other community members.
Service Hours: 9am-1pm (one hour lunch)
After service, we will visit a local beach to relax, play games, and swim
Reflection & Discussion (optional or choose other topic/activity): Documentary on Poverty
Ahhhhh! This is our day to relax and our first adventure day. We will drive 1.5 hours to Dudu Lagoon and
explore have the opportunity to explore the caves and jump from a zip-line over clear, clean lagoon
water.. This is the perfect place to bring a book, sit in the sun, participate in a volleyball game, or just go
on WiFi for a couple of hours.
Reflection & Discussion (optional or choose other topic/activity): Visionary Leadership.
This is our third day working on our bottle project.
We will get to see a process over these last few
days for this structure. Pat yourself on the back for
all your hard work!
Service hours: 8:30am-12pm
After service we will go to Cabarete Caves to see
how the government is protecting this beautiful
piece of land. We will have the opportunity to swim
and potentially do reforestation, if needed.
Reflection & Discussion (optional or choose other topic/activity): Effective Development
Dajabon Market. Here is your chance to see Haitian and Dominican worlds collide. We will drive 4.5
hours away to visit one of the country's largest markets; Dajabon. We will learn about the country's
history here, witness the economic struggle, and have the opportunity to purchase items from local
Lunch in Dajabon
Return to the lodge for the afternoon
Reflection & Discussion (optional or choose other topic/activity): Global Engagement and Social Justice
Today we will be working in a Batey. A batey is a settlement around a sugar mill. Rich in history, Bateys
are found only in Cuba and the Dominican Republic. We will be working with the local community in
constructing concrete floors for families. This will be a project that infuses health security with personal
security. We will have lunch in the Batey and continue working on mixing and pouring cement.
Service hours: 9:30am-3:00pm
Reflection & Discussion (optional or choose other topic/activity):Haiti and the Dominican Republic
This will be our last day working at the bottle
Service Hours: 8:30-3:30pm
Reflection & Discussion (optional or choose
other topic/activity): Making an impact
Snorkeling in Sosua and see the wildlife off the coast of Dominican Republic. Enjoy the sun and view
from a boat. Farewell Party!
Reflection & Discussion (optional or choose other topic/activity): Poverty Activity and group discussion
Our departure day. The Program Director will take us to the airport and make sure we get on our flight
safely. Thank you for all of your hard work. Have a good flight!
* Note: Final itinerary subject to adjustment in line with external factors and situational dynamics such as local
weather, timing transportation, and ongoing input from community leaders.
Don’t forget club meeting Tuesday September 4th in room 312 of the McDaniel building to decide where we are going as a club and how we are going to do it!
[08/29/18] Hey reminder there is a Spanish club meeting tomorrow at 12:15 I hope everyone can make it
[08/21/18] Remember the Spanish club meeting today at 12:15 on the third floor of the McDaniel building in room 312
Hola a todos!! como club de español vamos a tener un reunion martes a las 12:00 el 21 de agosto el el cuarto de clase de Profesa Rayas vamos a hablar de los eventos que viene cuales metas queremos lograr como club y a donde vamos a ir parece que tenemos dos opciones ya de España que cuesta alrededor de $4,000 y Costa Rica que es $3,00 con EF tours pero podemos hacer otro viaje si decidimos si ustedes conocen a alguien por favor invitales a venir a la reunion gracias!!
Hello everyone!! As a Spanish club we are going to have a meeting Tuesday at 12:00 on August 21 in Profesora Rayas’ class which is Mcdaniel’s building 312 I believe we will talk about the coming events which goals we want to achieve as a club and where we are going to go it seems we have two options already from Spain that cost around $ 4,000 and Costa Rica which is $ 3.00 with EF tours but we can make another trip if we decide if you know someone please invite them to come to the meeting thank you !!
Peru was a success
Cinco de Mayo was a success!
Photos from ASU Spanish Club's post
Photos from ASU Spanish Club's post
Friday the 23rd we will be selling homemade burritos $3, coffee, and donuts outside McDaniel from 8 am-noon. We will also be helping the ASU Model UN with their Toiletries drive to help the people of Venezuela. We are asking for the following items:
Bar soap (not body wash)
Sterile latex gloves (the hospitals don’t have them so patients have to bring their own gloves, gauze, etc.)
Come on by! We need all the help we can get. Thank you
~In case of bad weather we will set up inside MCD.
ASU Spanish Club
ASU Spanish Club's cover photo
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[12/18/15] Happy holidays! See you in January.
[12/14/15] Good luck on your finals this week!
[05/11/15] Good luck on your exams!
Fernando, Judith, y angélica
Bienvenidos a el día panamericano!
[04/22/15] Panamerican Day is quickly coming up! Please welcome the over 150 High School students who will come to campus from different parts of the state to compete in events that highlight the Spanish language and heritage. Thursday, April 23 in the Student Union Building. See you there!
Scholar days. What a great presentation! (Karen, Brett, Profesor, and Fernando.
Ayotzinapa Families in Denver and Northern Colorado UPDATED
A group of parents and classmates of the 43 missing students from Ayotzinapa, Guerrero will be traveling to Colorado at the end of April as part of the National Caravan 43 Project.
Speaking engagements include:
· April 12th Breakfast presentation at Casa de Esperanza, 1520 S Emery St. in Longmont, 9:00 to 11:00am
· April 12th Community Forum at Lincoln High School, 2285 S. Federal Blvd, Denver, 3:00 to 6:00pm
· April 13th University Forum at the University of Northern Colorado’s University Center in Aspen A, 2045 10th Ave. in Greeley, 12:00 to 2:00pm
· April 13th Presentation at the Rodarte Center in Greeley, 920 A. St., 6:00 to 8:00pm
For more information contact Priscilla Falcon, Professor Hispanic Studies, UNC, [email protected] or Nelson Rodriguez, Al Frente de Lucha, [email protected].
Scholar days. What a great presentation! (Karen, Brett, Profesor, and Fernando.
Adrian Reyes, Professor Rayas, Angelica Raya.
All week long you can stop by CASA (the cultural awareness and student achievement center, located on the northwest corner of the library parking lot) to create a t-shirt expressing your views or experiences with sexual assault and domestic violence. T-shirts can also be created in the SUB at the mall court area.
Let your voice be heard!
The t-shirts will be displayed all week in the SUB, so stop by there and check them out. At the end of the week on Friday, March 13th at 6 p.m. in the SUB mall court open area we will have an open forum, to talk about the t-shirts that were created. This is a chance to share stories, recite poetry, be there for someone, and show support. Counselors will be present at this event should anyone feel the need to talk with them. Following the forum, at 7 pm we will have a “TAKE BACK THE NIGHT” march through Alamosa and the Adams State campus. Bring a poster (to say whatever you want and let your voice be heard), a flashlight, and dress warmly.
See you there!
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