World Language week and student artwork on foreign issues further global citizenship.

Student artwork advocates for global citizenship

World Language Week promotes the joys of learning a new language and experiencing a different culture.  The week expands global citizenship while advocating for the importance of exploring world languages, according to  Likewise, art opens a gateway to new ideas.  It has the power to translate personal experiences into tangible artwork and create unity among populations. An artistic focus on international humanitarian issues can push people to think in a new light and form stronger global citizenship, according to

Featured Image by Chloe Gaudelet ’24

“Abdulazeez” – Kathryn Herman ’25
“After the Storm” – Natalie Becue ’22
“إنساني ” (human) – Gigi Gazal ’23