A newspaper article was recently published in Mexico, through the IU Mexico Gateway Office, which acknowledges the importance of learning Yucatec Maya and other languages such as Nahuatl, Quechua, Zapotec, and Haitian Creole. The article states that Yucatec Maya has been taught at IU through CLACS since 2006. The article includes various quotes by President McRobbie on the importance of learning other languages and about other cultures. For example, President McRobbie comments that students who learn other cultures become more aware of their environment and develop different ways of looking at the world. He emphasizes the international dimension of IU’s programs and the learning of other languages and cultures as a means of increasing student mobility in institutions in Latin America and beyond. To read the article in Spanish, click the link: Enseñanza maya.