Recently, our public relations intern sat down with the Red & Black and talked about the Quechua program. Through humble beginnings, the program has had eight to 10 students per semester since its start in the Fall of 2013. Quechua will continue to be taught in the fall of 2014 and grow as a new language at the University of Georgia. We highly encourage all of our students as well as others to consider taking Quechua, a truly unique language. Also, come in during Quechua Conversation Table on Mondays at 4 p.m. to learn it for free. For more information, please contact Chad Howe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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