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This year our graduating students will present their Capstone research projects on May 3 (on campus students) and May 6 (online students), 2019. Please join us! Find out how one student converted a 300 year old historical document to digital format. Learn about the challenges of interpreting for refugees landing on Spain's shores. Discover how Spanish terminology in US school settings varies -- even within our own state! Explore with us the strategies for translating content that spans multiple genres. And hear about why the same news story is reported differently in the East and the West. These are just a few of the inspiring research projects that we will see on these days!