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Melissa Barrera

Class of 2015
Hometown: Tannersville, PA
Major: Criminal Justice & Minor in Spanish
How will foreign language impact your future? I can better communicate with and listen to others. I am of Guatemalan descent and it is fun to learn my family's native language. I hope to be a lawyer and better defend the Hispanic community.

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Katlyn Beaton

Class of 2014
Hometown: Hawley, PA
Major: Spanish Secondary Education
Activities at Marywood: World Language Club President, Member of Delta Epsilon Sigma, & Alternative Spring Break participant to Guatemala and Ecuador
Marywood Memory: Studying abroad in Valencia, Spain for eight months. I had the best time of my life and I am more confident with my linguisitic abilities. My Spanish is taking me places!

I plan to speak Spanish everyday in a classroom environment and I hope to inspire others to learn the language I love.

Thomas Christopher

Class of 2017
Hometown: South Canaan, PA
Major: Pre-PA & Minor in Spanish
How will foreign language impact your future? The number of Spanish-speaking people in the U.S. is rapidly increasing. It is important to have Spanish-speaking medical professionals who can understand and speak to them and provide them with the correct medical attention

If you're going through hell, keep going. -Winston Churchill

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Domenica Hudy

Class of 2014
Hometown: Endwell, NY
Major: Religious Studies with minors in Spanish & Justice and Peace Studies
How will foreign language impact your future?: I hope to return to Guatemala to use my linguistic abilities to break language barriers and serve others.
Marywood Memory: Going to Guatemala!

Only a life lived in the service to others is worth living.

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Kristin Kelly


Class of 2015

Major: Psychology & Minors in Spanish and Illustration
How will foreign language impact your future? Learning Spanish will help me communicate with people that I may come across in my field of study. Plus, living in a heavily Spanish-speaking city, I will be able to communicate with those living around me.
Marywood Memory: One of my favorite memories at Marywood comes from my freshman year during the spring semester. It was about 80 degrees out and my Introduction to World Literature class convinced the professor to let us go outside and read Othello under a giant tree

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