Birmingham

by Samuel Shoemaker-Trejo Old (adj.) Old English ald (Anglian), eald (West Saxon) ‘aged, antique, primeval; elder, experienced,’ from Proto-Germanic *althaz ‘grown up, adult’ (source also of Old Frisian ald, Gothic alþeis, Dutch oud, German alt), originally a past participle stem of a verb meaning ‘grow, nourish’ (compare Gothic alan ‘to grow up,’ Old Norse ala ‘to … Continue reading Birmingham

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No Pasa Nada: A Spanish Cultural Perspective

by Shayla Brooks Exploring the UNM Honors Study Abroad Program, Conexiones Like any other travel or study abroad, Conexiones was a one of a kind, life-changing experience. But as with all adventures, the beginning was daunting.  All of a sudden, the things learned in Spanish classes became irrelevant in real life situations when I realized … Continue reading No Pasa Nada: A Spanish Cultural Perspective