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Ana Cara in the Classroom

December 8, 2015

Communications Staff

Ana Cara leads a discussion with students around a table.
Photo credit: Zach Christy

“There’s a wonderful way in which Oberlin students are able to switch courses and integrate material,” says Chair and Professor of Hispanic Studies Ana Cara. “I think part of that is that they’re very bright, but I think also it’s a certain kind of disposition and openness to the world, openness to learning, and openness to learning in different ways.” For more on Cara’s thoughts, see her faculty profile on YouTube.

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