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Sigma Delta Pi

SIGMA DELTA PI, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society is an organization geared toward students of Spanish who are completing or have completed three years of study of college-level Spanish (18 semester credit hours) or the equivalent thereof, including a course in Hispanic literature or culture (such as SPAN 223 or SPAN 325), and maintained an overall cumulative and also an Spanish GPA of 3.0 or better. Graduate students who have satisfactorily completed two graduate courses in Spanish are also eligible. For more information contact Enrique Navarro.

Sigma Delta Pi sponsors a number of cultural activities to promote student interaction and involvement in the Hispanic community. Members may apply to a wide array of study abroad and research awards.

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EL CAFECITO is an informal weekly conversation table. Each meeting is under the guidance of an instructor. El Cafecito is a chance to meet with other students in an informal setting to further develop your Spanish comprehension and speaking skills in a relaxed setting. El cafecito currently meets every Thursday from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm on Zoom, but will at some point in future semesters once again meet at Fast Break, RSC. For more information, and the zoom link, contact Julie Henderson (Julie.Henderson@wichita.edu)



Photo of Sigma Delti Pi members attending an outdoor lecture.

is a student-run organization aimed at promoting cultural awareness and community among the student body through various activities and sponsored events. The Spanish Club also offers tutoring to students in the beginning levels of Spanish. Each semester the Spanish Club tries to sponsor multiple activities designed to engage students with each other, but also to expose them to the history and culture of Spanish-speaking countries. Some activities have included: movie nights, tours of the many sculptures at WSU created by Hispanic artists, and special guest speakers.


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