Are you interested in learning more about the Spanish language and Spanish-speaking cultures? Join DU's Spanish Club!
The Spanish Club is an environment outside of the classroom where those who have a passion for Spanish-speaking culture can get together, participate in activities and meet other like-minded DU students. Additionally, the club honors the importance of helping the community by participating in community service projects. This club is student-led, providing students with the chance to develop their leadership skills and make a difference in their community.
By joining the Spanish Club, you can celebrate Hispanic holidays, learn about different customs, and experience the food, music and art of Spanish-speaking countries.
Some of the Spanish Club's favorite activities include:
- Day of the Dead Celebration: Learn about how Mexicans recognize and celebrate death. Give presentations and display an altar in memory of the dead.
- Cooking Classes: Learn how to cook authentic Latin American and Spanish cuisine.
- Creative Writing Contests: Share your creativity by writing in Spanish, both in prose and in verse.
- Spanish Film Festivals: Watch movies from Latin America and Spain.
- Art Museums: Visit the Museo de las Américas in Denver.
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For additional information, contact the Spanish Club advisers:
Senior Lecturer of Spanish
Sturm Hall, Room 305
Lecturer of Spanish
Sturm Hall, Room 391B