I read the Feb. 24 Young Voices column by Sofia Grimsgard, and I agree with her 100 percent. What a beautiful article about her heritage. That's the way it should be, to learn the nationality your parents are and traditions.
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After years of “practice” in the classroom, studying abroad in Peru has allowed me to use Spanish in a practical, complex environment.
The New Year is the perfect time to evaluate your career and take control of your professional life. And doing so may be easier than you think in today’s economy, where one-third of the American workforce is now comprised of freelancers.
The headline, "Autistic teen dies after being shot by Cal City police" could be taken offensively by those with a developmental disability or those who love someone with a developmental disability.
An increasing number of Americans are living in homes where a language other than English is spoken, and parents want their children to learn as many languages as they can.
VALPARAISO | Japanese language students from three local high schools distinguished themselves Saturday afternoon at the Japanese Olympiad of Indiana at Valparaiso University.
Celia Mooradian, a Chesterton High School student, beams after her team's victory Saturday in the Japanese Olympiad of Indiana hosted by Valparaiso University. The Olympiad is an annual event organized by the Association of Indiana Teachers of Japanese. Students from high schools across Indi…
Elkhart Central High School student Braeton Pettit, 17, works on origami Saturday during the Japanese Olympiad of Indiana at Valparaiso University. Students from 14 Indiana high schools participated in the 10th annual competition, which included language, history and culture drills. Througho…
Elkhart Central High School students -- Braeton Pettit, 17, from left, Jonathan Navarro, 17, Ramona Chandler, 17, and Logan Edwards, 16 -- work on origami, a Japanese folk art that uses folded paper to create figures, during the Japanese Olympiad of Indiana on Saturday at Valparaiso University.
It was very satisfying and glad to hear Pedro Martinez (three-time Cy Young Award) support Ozzie Guillen's statement to the press. The point Guillen was making is how Asian Major League baseball players are treated better than Hispanic Major League baseball players.
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