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This morning, June 6, 2016, I heard a story on the car radio from the regional NPR station from Mexico. I always sit up and listen whenever I hear anything about Mexico as I have a lifelong fondness for anything Mexican, in contrast to the lamentable anti-Mexican, anti-immigration hyperbole that seems so common nowadays much to my personal regret. 1,560 more words
Melissa Nunez – General Assignment Reporter
The Cultural Fest highlighted and recognized numerous cultures reflected throughout Southern’s student body that oftentimes go overlooked said Michael Schindel, international student advisor for the Office of International Education. 525 more words
Photo of Charro Saddle in Bandera, Texas by Robert G. Gomez
Robert G. Gomez, photographer and Texan, finds honesty through his camera’s lens. With his Texas Culture series, Gomez allows us to look deeper into the multifaceted Hispanic community living in Texas and discover how cultural tradition and the illustrious past mingle in our everyday lives today. 68 more words
The LOVE of Languages!
Knowing five languages (i.e., body language, Spanish, English, Portuguese, and American Sign Language) is an important competitive advantage for Angie Martell, Attorney and Mediator at Iglesia Martell Law Firm PLLC in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1,065 more words