‘Lame,’ ‘stand up’ and other words we use to insult the disabled without even knowing it

Asst. Professor of Hispanic Linguistics Jessi Aaaron writes about the subtle ways in which the disabled are belittled and excluded – often covertly – through the language we use in everyday… Read More


Se gradúan juntos madre e hijo

SPS student Claudia Costagliola is graduating with her PhD this weekend,  and her son Cristóbal graduates with his MA. Read the Alligator feature story about their journey!


Dr. Armon’s students leave their mark on campus

Students from Dr. Armon’s UnCommon Reading course,  IDH 3931 “Don Quixote: Hero or Fool”  left their mark on the south wall of the Norman Hall tunnel!


2014 Newsletter

Our 2014 Newsletter is here, thanks to the hard work of Kathy Navajas and Susana Braylan. Click here to read our news and updates!


Mesa de español

Join us Thursdays at 5pm in 1317 Turlington (the Language Learning Center) to practice your Spanish!


Are you thinking about studying abroad?

SPS offers a variety of summer study abroad programs in Europe and Latin America. Check out our Study Abroad page to learn more.