Welcome to More Than Words, a place where we at LUNA Language Services share insight, ongoings and new developments with everyone interested in the interpreting industry.
More Than Words represents new approaches to interpreting – as we work with leaders in the industry to bridge the disparities between American Sign Language and Foreign Language interpreting; we recognize at all times the significance culture plays in language; and we invite new ways of delivering services to our clients which focus on new standards of quality and safety. Join us!
contributed by LUNA Summer Intern 2017, Isaiah Curtis World Refugee Day, promoted by the United Nations, honors the strength and bravery of refugees worldwide. In honor of World Refugee Day, Sam and I decided to spread LUNAlove while participating in Exodus Refugee...read more
contributed by Rebecca Buchan There have been many times in my life people have amazed me. With their generosity. Their humor. Their tenacity. Their resourcefulness. And I try to take stock of these moments. To figure out why I was taken aback. “What is it about this...read more
We are proud to welcome marketing and sales veteran Michael Fry to the LUNA Language Services team, as Vice President of Business Development. In this role, Michael will be responsible for overseeing all of LUNA's global marketing and sales activities. Specifically,...read more
There is something about the holidays that amplifies everything. Because there is so much "joy" everywhere, singing to us at every corner and flashing, blinking lights projected on houses, the places that aren’t blinking or singing can fall flat. So, we ask - how are...read more
Naw Eh Phaw, LUNA Director of Language Services, and Sui Siang, LUNA Language Coordinator, participated in a Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Burmese Victim Impact Panel (VIP) at the Chin Center in Indianapolis in September. Naw and Sui volunteered assisting with...read more
contributed by Ryan Schwier Few other principles seem as ingrained in our national consciousness as the right to vote. As the U.S. Supreme Court once reminded us, the “right to vote freely for the candidate of one’s choice is of the essence of a democratic society,...read more