University of La Verne’s Lambda Alpha Anthropology Honor Society has created a replica exhibit of Cueva de los Manos, a world cultural site in Argentina, in the Hoover building.
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Copa America Centenario will be the biggest men’s soccer tournament hosted by the United States since the 1994 World Cup, which still holds the attendance record of 3,587,538 and an average of 68,991 per game.
The Latino Art Museum presented various artworks that celebrated Argentine heritage and culture, Valentine’s Day and love at two shows throughout February in the Art Colony in Pomona.
The fair and the dark skinned, the oval and the slanted eyes, the tall and the short; all came to hear the colorfully illustrated story that gave away the stillness in the library.
Argentine Novelist Alicia Steimberg addressed the topic of “Argentine Identity Today” last week in the Presidents Dining Room.
Andrea Labinger, professor of Spanish and honors director, and Kim Martin, professor of anthropology, spent a year on sabbatical, which benefited their students’ education and their teaching effectiveness, but also enhanced their field of study.
The Argentinean social activist, writer and mother, Alicia Kozameh visited the University of La Verne to speak about her experiences as a political prisoner during one of Argentina’s dictatorships in 1975.