La noche de café y los proyectos finales

Last night, we celebrated a yearly Oxbridge tradition: our Noche de café or Coffee Night.  Although we did not actually drink coffee, it was an opportunity for students to show everything that they had learned.  They read poetry, showed us their paintings and photography, explained their projects in Marine Biology and their case studies in Psychology, presented a mock-news program, and they demonstrated the vast improvements that they have made in their acquisition of the Spanish Language.  We left the night awestruck.  It was an incredible and truly unforgettable experience.

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A buen hambre… no hay pan duro.

A buen hambre… no hay pan duro. (Translation: there is no hard bread for the hungry!) Major teachers got together with their classes last night and took them out to eat at various restaurants throughout the city.  Below are pictures of students with their major classes and teachers.

A Day at the Beach!

On Sunday, our students had a great day at a beach in Montgat, a town north of Barcelona.

La Prepa students at the beach!

La Prepa students at the beach!

Visit to Bunkers de Horta

On Saturday a group of students visited the Bunkers de Horta, one of the bunkers from the Spanish Civil War. Not only is it an interesting place historically, it also has beautiful views of the city!

Alison and Imogen at the bunkers.

Alison and Imogen at the bunkers.

The adventurous ladies enjoying a beautiful day!

The adventurous ladies enjoying a beautiful day!

What a view!

What a view, and cute shoes too!