¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Autumn 2010)
Editors:Alarid, Michael J.
Contributors:Alarid, Michael J.
Aldama, Frederick Luis
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz
Seiber, Tatiana Andrade
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Publisher:Ohio State University
Citation:¿Qué Pasa, OSU?, vol. 18, no. 1 (Autumn 2010)
Issue includes: "New School Year Brings Fresh Start" by Michael J. Alarid; "Brazil Brings Them Together Lúcia Costigan and Katherine Borland" by Mauricio Espinoza; "'Actually Being There Is Life-Changing' International Affairs Scholars Travel to Bolivia, Expand Their Horizons" by Mauricio Espinoza; "Your New Home Ohio State's Beautiful New Study, Living, and Playrooms" by Francisco Gómez-Bellengé; "Choosing a Major Advice for Making the Decision of Your Lifetime" by Rachel Sanabria; "Your First Year on Campus How to Survive and Thrive in the Dormitories" by Kenny Lopez; "One University, Several Campus Choices Regional Campuses Offer a More Affordable, Intimate Ohio State Experience" by Mauricio Espinoza; "Opportunities for Involvement are All Around a Guide to Hispanic/Latino Organizations" by Giovana Covarrubias; "Coming of Age the Growth and Services Offered by the Office of Minority Affairs" by Normando Caban; "Pictoral Students on Move-in Day and Welcome Week" by Emily Strouse; "Globalization as History in Argentina U.S. Economic Policies at Work in Latin America" by Dustin Walcher; "Patron Saint to Many the Life and Legacy of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz" by Mickey Weems; "Brave New World Adjusting and Thriving as a Minority is Key to Your Success" by Miguel Guavara; "Short Story Hell to Pay" by Frederick Luis Aldama; "On the Death of That Most Excellent Lady" by Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz; "Soñaste tu canto eternacigarra" by Tatiana Andrade Seiber; "Bianca Alvarez Life as a Latina Diver at Ohio State University" by Bianca Alvarez and "Cantina Laredo Fine Tex Mex Available in Columbus" by Michael J. Alarid.
Ohio State's Beautiful New Study, Living, and Playrooms -- Life as a Latina Diver at Ohio State University -- Adjusting and Thriving as a Minority is Key to Your Success -- U.S. Economic Policies at Work in Latin America -- Short Story: Hell to Pay -- The Life and the Legacy of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz.
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