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John Sullivan (Class of ’83, B.A., philosophy/Spanish), teaches the ancient Aztec language
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Caption BulletJohn Sullivan (Class of ’83, B.A., philosophy/Spanish), teaches the ancient Aztec language
Nahuatl at the Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas and Yale; more below

 

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Beth Shibata: Photographer’s Work Takes Shape Within Nature
Beth Shibata: Photographer’s Work Takes Shape Within Nature

For years Beth Shibata (Class of '90, M.A., English/Linguistics/TESL) wondered what the mysterious patch of land in the middle of Sepulveda Boulevard in Torrance was until she saw Madrona Marsh on a broadcast of “Visiting... with Huell Howser” Growing from a single trailer across the street from the last vernal marsh in Los Angeles County to a 8,000 square foot interpretive center and research facility the Nature Center provides education on the numerous varieties of wildlife and vegetation that still exist in the South Bay area, programs that promote a sustainable lifestyle, and inspiration for artists like Shibata, a nature photographer and writer.


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Photo above: John Sullivan (Class of ’83, B.A., philosophy/Spanish), is an expert on the ancient Aztec language
Nahuatl. He is a professor of Nahuatl language and culture at the Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, and teaches and researches Nahuatl at Yale and Columbia.

Sullivan is collaborating with Irene Vasquez, professor of Chicana/Chicano studies and the Center of Teaching and Learning to bring a language immersion experience to CSU Dominguez Hills students through video conferencing with native speakers; for full story, click here.

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