Buaya Kembar

— By Clara Summers — In the spirit of the Indonesiaful posts published in December 2015 and January 2016, we are pleased to publish yet another article written in bahasa Indonesia. The title, “Buaya Kembar,” translates to “Crocodile Twins.” Makalah ini pernah ditulis untuk kelas Bahasa Indonesia di University of Washington, Seattle, pada tahun 2012.…

What are your pronouns?

— By Rebecca Selin — Let’s talk about pronouns. Yes, those little words like you, me, he, she, zee, they, hirs, etc. I’m no linguist, but Indonesia may be the world capital of pronouns. There are (at least) three first-person pronouns and dozens of possible second-person pronouns (I say “possible” because titles can also function…

Alumni Spotlight: Annabelle Wilmott

Name: Annabelle Wilmott Home Town and University: I was born in Cincinnati, Ohio but I moved to Saint Louis, Missouri when I was nine, and lived there until I was 18. I studied my undergraduate degree at Saint Louis University in Madrid, Spain. Fulbright ETA placement location and year: I was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA)…