¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2014)
Betancourt, Verónica E.
Manjon, Sonia BasSheva
Gómez-Bellengé, Francisco X.
Matousek, Amanda L
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Publisher:Ohio State University
Citation:¿Qué Pasa, OSU?, vol. 21, no. 2 (Spring 2014)
Issue includes: "Dr. Miguel Villalona-Calero James Cancer Care and Treatment Program" by Victoria Muñoz; "Latinos and Museums Representation at the Smithsonian" by Verónica E. Betancourt; "A Hymn" by Ayendy Bonifacio; "Trans-Culturation in Music Buena Vista Social Club and the Global Community" by Victoria Muñoz; "Martín Pérez from Tortillería to Non-Profit Management" by Anthony Wiggins; "Graduate School Advice from the Inside" by Maria Barbero and Nic Flores; "Out-of-the Closet a Chicano in Columbus" by Joey Terrill; "One Life to Live: A Case Study On Latinidad and Marking Latino Characters" by Doug Bush; "All Roads Lead to Brazil" by Leticia Wiggins; "Ani Palacios una escritora local en Columbus" by Elena Foulis; "The Barnett Center for Integrated Arts and Enterprise" by Sonia BasSheva Manjon; "Walter Zinn: Supply Chain Logistics Opportunities for Latinos" by Francisco X. Gómez-Bellengé; "Alexandra Griffin, Dental Student on Outreach and Latino Community" by Tamra Pace; "Northern Triangle of Violence Dr. René Olate and Latin American Youth Gangs" by Annalisa Perez; "Renata Baptista el papel de una mujer latina en educación" by Brittany Lynner; "Felipe Castelblanco Media Artist, Educator, Activist" by Victoria Muñoz and "Jenni Rivera Dead Latina Icon" by Amanda L. Matousek.
Los Bros Hernandez a Conversation with Beto -- Miguel Villalona-Calero Cancer Research at the James --Martín Pérez Serving the Community -- Ani Palacios una escritora local -- Renata Baptista latina en educación.
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