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Latino Student Alliance Begins Annual Festivities

This article was published in the EMU WeatherVane, a student newspaper. The Latino Student Alliance marked the start of their annual Latino Heritage Month on Monday, Sept. 15. The ideal guiding this year’s heritage month is “Marcando Nuestra Huella,” or “Leaving Our Footprint.” ...More

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Hector David and band to launch “Latino Heritage Month”

Héctor David, a contemporary violinist from Honduras, and his band will appear in concert 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, and Saturday, Sept. 10, in Harrisonburg, offering a vibrant preview of Latino Heritage Month Sept. 15-Oct. 15, 2011. The Hondurans’ concert will be in the Eastern Mennonite High School (EMHS) auditorium. At Eastern Mennonite University, this year’s L ...More

Unique preaching and challenging message from LSA

By Samantha Cole, Weathervane student newspaper ¡Bienvenido a capilla! The Latino Student Association presented chapel on Oct. 7. Students clapped along with praise and worship songs in Spanish, including “Bueno Es” and “Te adoro a ti.” As everyone settled in, Camila Pandolfi spoke about the importance of knowing your goals. Past ...More

LSA open mic night hosts diverse group discussion

By Sarah Harder, WeatherVane student newspaper LSA open mic night, part of Latino Heritage Month at EMU Mexico, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Puerto Rico, Bolivia, Honduras, Uruguay, Canada, Italy; these are only ...More

Concert Celebrates ‘Latino Heritage Month’

Bridgeland "Bridgeland," an Indiana-based music group, will be in concert 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, in Martin Chapel of the seminary building at EMU. ...More

Jazz Concert To Help Launch ‘Latino Heritage Month’

Afromantra, a Latin jazz band from New York City, will help launch Latino Heritage Month Sept. 15 – Oct. 15. This year’s theme is “Haciendo Conecciones” (Making Connections). ...More

‘Latino Initiative’ is Launched

Left to right: Moira R. Rogers, associate professor of Spanish at EMU, and Kenneth L. Nafziger, vice president for stu ...More