¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Winter 2000)
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Publisher:Ohio State University
Citation:¿Qué Pasa, OSU?, vol. 7, no. 2 (Winter 2000)
Issue includes: "Edward James Olmos at Ohio State: 'I Chose to Be Related to the Human Race'" by Mónica Frías-Boson; "Census 2000: A Multiracial America" by Mónica Frías-Boson; "Census 2000: Counting Hispanics in Toledo" by Jessica Vallejo and Mónica Frías-Boson; "Hispanics/Latinos at UVC: Supporting Each Other" by Mariely Neris; "Minor on Its Way to Be Approved" by Mónica Frías-Boson and "Looking for the 'Hottest' Jobs" by Mónica Frías-Boson.
"Americanos" in Town: The Visit of Edward James Olmos to Ohio State -- Latino Town Meeting: Responding to OSU Diversity Plan -- Census 2000: Changes in US Population's Profile -- Latino/a Studies: Minor Is on Its Way -- Hispanics/Latinos @UVC -- Career Planning: Looking for "Hot" Jobs.
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