Languages: An Antidote to Hatred

Arabic, German, Swedish, and a smattering of Ancient Greek. Sam Meade is not a language major and he may not be fluent yet, but these are all languages he’s studied in one way or another during his four years at Michigan State.

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One More Language Can’t Hurt

Alexa Delon is a freshman at Michigan State University studying in Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities with a minor in Korean. Language and culture aren’t just the majors she chose to study; they’re central to her identity and the reason she chose to attend MSU in the first place.

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Reevaluating the Importance of Foreign Languages

It’s no secret that Americans place very little importance on foreign language learning in comparison to other countries. Whether or not this is a problem for our country comes with different answers, depending on who you talk to.

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