• Jordan Milan

    Jordan Milan

    Instructor
    Farmington, MN
    Marketing, Business Communication ’01; MBA ’07, University of St. Thomas

    Jordan's Bio:
    Welcome to my blog page! I co-teach MKT 4500: BlueStone Ad Agency. Through this class, students work on marketing projects for local businesses and nonprofit organizations. It’s a great resume builder for students and helps them get real-world business experience. I also work in the marketing department here at CSS. I’ve lived in Duluth for over five years and love it up here. I hope my blog will give you a glimpse of all the cool things going on here at St. Scholastica and in Duluth.

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Hmong Hmonday!

I just returned from Hmong Hmonday – a weekly series (on Mondays) organized by students where they present a different aspect of Hmong culture. Today’s topic – language. Here are some fun things I learned:

The written Hmong language was created in the 1950s (so it’s very new!)
You call your brother and sister different names depending on your gender – so if you’re male, you would call your older brother something different than a female would call their older brother
You also call your grandparents from your mother’s side different names than grandparents on your father’s side
There are two main Hmong subcultures – White Hmong and Green Hmong – with different dialects

Learn something new everyday!

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