¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2001)
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Publisher:Ohio State University
Citation:¿Qué Pasa, OSU?, vol. 8, no. 3 (Spring 2001)
Issue includes: "Latino Town Meeting" by Monica Frias-Boson; "Highlights of the Proposal for the Development of A Multicultural Center at The Ohio State University" by Monica Frias-Boson; "Latinos & HIV/AIDS: the Silent Epidemic" by Annie Camacho; "Hispanic/Latino Population in the U.S: Census' Revelations" by Monica Frias-Boson; "Mac A. Stewart, Vice Provost of Minority Affairs: Committed to Enhance the Presence Of Latinos...But No Plans Yet" by Monica Frias-Boson; "Misconceptions about Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity" by Olga Esquivel-Gonzalez; "You've Got Mail, Why Register in the Latino List Server?" by Monica Frias-Boson; and "Lieutenant Colonel (R) Consuelo Castillo-Kickbusch: 'Be a Champion for Your Family and Your Community' by Tegan York.
Latino Town Meeting at Ohio State -- The Hispanic Awareness Month -- Perspectives on Latinos in Higher Education -- What the Census 2000 Reveals about Latinos in the U.S. -- Final Proposal for the Multicultural Center -- Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity -- Latinos and HIV/AIDs.
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