Latinos at Dartmouth: A Modern History

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Please stop by Baker/Berry Library main hall, anytime this week to check out the following exhibit:

Latinos at Dartmouth: A Modern History (part 1 and 2)

May 12th-19th

Baker/Berry Library Main Hall

Researched by: Horacio Romero ’14

Curated by: Horacio Romero ’14 and Rodrigo Ramirez ‘06

Part one of this exhibit focuses on some of the major triumphs and accomplishments from the Latina/o Community at Dartmouth as reported by The Dartmouth when they happened. You’ll read about how students who preceded you fought to get many of the resources available to you now. Learn a great deal in this brief history of our community.

Part two will focus on more recent accomplishments such as when the LALACS became a permanent department, the LALACS House was finally established, the Dartmouth Association of Latina/o Alumni was created and recognized, among some others.

Both parts are now up for your viewing pleasure!

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Posted on May 16, 2012, in Event. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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