¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2010)
Editors:Alarid, Michael J.
Contributors:Alarid, Michael J.
Escoto, Ernesto R.
Mora, Victor J.
Robinson, Robert S.
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Publisher:Ohio State University
Citation:¿Qué Pasa, OSU?, vol. 17, no. 3 (Spring 2010)
Issue includes: "Spring Is a Welcome Friend" by Michael J. Alarid; "Dr. Jose Antonio Cabral" by Michael J. Alarid; "Carlos Pimentel Language is Happiness" by Michael J. Alarid; "Bouncing Back Coping and Thriving in Our Current Financial Woes" by Ernesto R. Escoto; "Tight Market Demands More Effort Strategizing for Survival in the Face of an Economic Downturn" by Ana Berrios; "The Transition of ¿Qué Pasa, OSU?" by Victor J. Mora; "Aiming for Success Latin@ Students Must Be the Priority in Growing Latin@Communities" by Yolanda Zepeda; "The Artistic Side Creative Latin@s at OSU Share Their Storiesand Their Art" by Giovana Covarrubias; "The 2010 Census and Hispanics in Historical Perspective Considering the Past Roots of Modern Demographic Trends" by Robert S. Robinson; "The Chipotle Chronicles Notes from the Field by a Recent OSU Folklore Ph.D." by Mickey Weems; "Facing the Challenges on Our Horizon Recruiting Hispanics Students to Ohio State in a Tight Ohio Market" by Normando Caban; "Predictions for South Africa It's Time to Start the Countdown to the World Cup!" by Bruno Ribeiro and "Plantain Cafe Enriches Downtown with Cuban Fare" by MichaelJ. Alarid with Giovana Covarrubias.
Strategizing for Survival in the Face of an Economic Downturn -- Recruiting Hispanics Students to Ohio State in a Tight Ohio Market -- The 2010 Census and Hispanics in Historical Perspective -- The Transition of ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? -- It's Time to Start the Countdown to the World Cup!
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