UK, Local High School Students Celebrate World Languages Day
By Gail Hairston
For the second year, the University of Kentucky will observe World Languages Day Friday, Feb. 24.
The event is organized by UK College of Arts and Sciences Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Hispanic Studies and the college’s International Student and Programs represented by coordinator Megan Koshurba.
UK’s World Languages Day will host about 120 local students from Scott County High School, Tates Creek High School, Carter G. Woodson Academy and Bryan Station High School. The high school students will attend classes in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Russian and Spanish.
An open house is slated 1-2 p.m. in Buell Armory with UK student clubs and faculty representing different languages and cultures, as well as representatives from the Confucius Institute, Education Abroad, Foreign Languages and International Economics, and the Korean Club. UK students and faculty are welcome to attend the open house.
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