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    Hispanic Heritage Awareness Month events begin with Table Sit Sept. 15

    Hispanic Heritage Awareness Month events begin with Table Sit Sept. 15

    September 12, 2022

    Save the dates for six ways to observe Hispanic Heritage Month.

    The Multicultural Center invites students, faculty and staff to stop by and visit on Thursday, Sep. 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., on the 2nd floor of DeNaples at the Fireplace Lounge.

    The Center will host a table sit to begin events in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Learn more about a month of upcoming activities, below, and at Thursday's table sit.

    Six ways to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month


    1. See it on the big screen. Latin American and Latinx Studies Film Festival presents Que Viva El Barrio + Once Upon a Time in Venezuela, Sep. 15 @ 7:00p.m., Pearn Auditorium, Brennan Hall 228

    2. Join in the dialogue. Race, Racism, and Identity Dialogue Series: Latino Culture and Identity on Sep. 21   @ 8:00p.m., McDonnell Room, DeNaples 405

    3. Fill your life with flavor. Cultural Night with Salsa Magic on Sep. 29 @ 9:00-11:00p.m., McIlhenny Ballroom, DeNaples 407

    4. Show off your knowledge. Hispanic Heritage Month Trivia Night on Oct. 6 @ 7:00p.m., McDonnell Room, DeNaples 405

    5. View life through the lens. Mayan Narratives: San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala. Photographs by Byron Maldonado on Oct. 7

    • Artist’s Lecture with Byron Maldonado: @ 5:00pm 6:00pm, Pearn Auditorium, Brennan Hall 228

    • Public Reception: @ 6:00pm 8:00pm, The Hope Horn Gallery, Hyland Hall 407

    6. Hear and discover. Panel Conversation: What does it mean to be Hispanic, Latino/a/x? on Oct. 13 @ 6:00p.m.

    For details, visit the Multicultural Center, DeNaples Center (205G) or contact Jose.Sanchez@scranton.edu.
    Learn more about our multi-disciplinary Latin American and Latinx studies program HERE

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