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Latinx community members share what their identity means to them

The University’s Latinx Heritage Month virtual series kicked off Wednesday via WebEx with a panel promoting diversity and inclusion through storytelling.

Debaters face off over Latinx rights

Roughly 30 people attended the first public debate of the year that asked “Has the U.S. Constitution failed the Latinx Community?” Tuesday in LaFetra Auditorium.

Latinx fest honors heritage

The Campus Activities Board hosted a Latinx Festival to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.

Espinoza stands at the ‘Crossroads’

The Andrés Espinoza Band, a Cuban band, performed “Crossroads” and livened up the night with a Latin flair that incorporated instruments which conducted deep, rich tones consisting of the bass, trumpet, saxophone, congas, piano and drums. 

Latin food explosion

Jose Benavidez, Genaro Ramirez and Edwin Ramirez man the El Charro taco truck at the La Explosion Latina event in Sneaky Park Saturday.

Students craft buttons for culture

Students created Hispanic-themed buttons and ate pan dulce, a variety of Mexican pastries, in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month Monday in Wilson Library.

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