Students successfully completed the Fall, 2017 Early Modern Nahuatl I Workshop
Certificates of Completion were given on Wednesday, October 11, 2017 to students in History PhD Candidate, Edward Polanco's, Early Modern Nahuatl I class for successful completion of the Fall 2017 workshop. Congratulations, everyone!
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