Roxanne Hoch ’15

Major: International Studies
Hometown:Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

While taking Elementary Chinese, I had the opportunity to practice traditional Chinese calligraphy. This was my absolute favorite part of class because it shows that there is not only a difference in the way words are written (characters versus letters), but also a difference in the method of how the language is written.

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  1. Theresa Davis
    Assistant Professor, History Africana Studies , History CHAP 471 (330) 823-3153
  2. Barbara Lyons
    Administrative Assistant English Department , History , Political Science and International Studies CHAP 335 (330) 823-2397
  3. John Recchiuti
    Professor, History, Department Chair, History; American Studies Program Director; John E. and Helen Saffell Endowed Chair in Humanities American Studies , History CHAP 209B (330) 823-3276
  4. H. Louis Rees
    Associate Professor, History History CHAP 458 (330) 823-3257
  5. Santosh Saha
    Professor, History History CHAP 472 (330) 823-2482
  6. Gerald Seavy
    Lecturer, History History Chap 6B (330) 823-3299
  7. Liangwu Yin
    Associate Professor, History, Director, Asian Studies Program Asian Studies , History CHAP 336 (330) 823-2236
  8. Joe Zelasko
    Lecturer, History History CHAP 6B (330) 823-2397
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