Perhaps now more than ever, June 20th is an opportunity to acknowledge and show support for millions of refugees who are forced to leave their homes in search of a better life.Read More
Whether you’re looking for unique vacation ideas, or just curious to learn more about the largest nation on Earth — here are a few things that I think you should know about Russian culture.
I’ve been a voracious reader for as long as I can remember, and even after studying German literature for the past eight years, I’ve read but a sampling of the various genres and authors in modern German literature.
Behind every innovation is a diverse team of people with different cultural backgrounds and perspectives. Although it's tempting to believe that similarity is the path to success, true innovation flourishes when fueled by multiple perspectives.Read More
Find out how nearly a quarter of the world observes the month of Ramadan and what you can expect to eat if invited to join an iftar meal.
Is world language education still important in American schools? Join the discussion on tech resources and language learning in the classroom with Mango Languages linguist and Dr. Rob Furman.Read More
Although vocab lists and conjugation tables can still sometimes do the trick, I’ve got some fresh ideas on how to engage multiple learning styles in world language education — with tried-and-true activities that are fun for learners of all ages!Read More
As one of the greatest architects of the modern English language, Shakespeare has had quite a legacy — one that is still inspiring new literary endeavors to this day.
If you're from the Tar Heel State, learn how you can connect with neighbors and new faces, building a welcoming, diverse community of your own.Read More
Sometimes getting your point across in your native language takes guts — let alone having to share your thoughts in a second language. It can sometimes seem like a task so daunting, we may not even consider trying.Read More