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Hispanic Heritage Week

September 01, 2016

In light of Hispanic Heritage Month, ASU’s Multicultural & Student Activities Programs will be hosting events every day during the week of September 12-16. These events are to recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and celebrate the group’s heritage and culture. 

 


Hispanic Heritage Week

Sept. 12-16, 2016

 

Schedule of Events:

Monday, Sept. 12

Panel Presentation: Borderland Voices

“Borderland Stories: Things Only People from the Border Know”

6:30 p.m.

Academic Building, Room 004

Tuesday, Sept. 13

“Oral Tradition: Hispanic Legends”

Presented by the Association of Mexican-American Students (AMAS)

7 p.m.

UC Lobby

Wednesday, Sept. 14

Movie Screening: “Cartoneo y Nopalitos”

Q&A with Pablo Veliz, writer and director

6 p.m.

UC, C.J. Davidson Center

Thursday, Sept. 15

Mexican Independence Celebration

“El Grito”

8-10 p.m.

ASU Pavilion

Friday, Sept. 16

Spanish-Language Astronomy Shows

“Tales of the Maya Skies” 7 p.m.

“Stars of the Pharaohs” 8 p.m.

ASU Planetarium

 

For more information, contact Multicultural & Student Activities Programs at 325-942-2729.