A new way to learn
More than 100 Hispanic Baltimoreans lend their voices to
The Italian film industry had its spaghetti western,
and to hear Regina Galasso describe it, the Spanish
language classroom often boasts the taco tutorial.
Galasso, a fourth-year doctoral student in the Department
of Romance Languages and
Literatures, is referring to the instructional videos,
many circa 1980s, in which actors in a studio offer up
scripted and often mannered dialogues about cliched
Hispanic topics such as Mexican fiestas, bullfighting and
Relocations set for retail in
Bigger, better and more visible is the theme for the
relocation of the retail services currently located on the
ground floor of Homewood's Gilman Hall, a 90-year-old
building that is on tap for a significant interior
Coming soon: The sun and solar winds in
The first spacecraft designed to capture 3-D "stereo"
views of the sun and solar wind were shipped last week from
the Applied Physics
Laboratory, where they were designed and built, to NASA
Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., for their
next round of pre-launch tests.