¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Autumn 2015)
Abel, Juan Manuel
Hernandez, J. Marcela
De Montreuil, Nicole Espinoza
Garcia Blizzard, Mónica
Mañjon, Sonia BasSheva
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Publisher:Ohio State University
Citation:¿Qué Pasa, OSU?, vol. 23, no. 1 (Autumn 2015)
Issue includes: "Millennial Potential: A Conversation with Mark Hugo Lopez" by Leticia Wiggins; "Tourniquets That Slow the Bleedout of Latino Males" by Frederick Aldama and Martín Pérez; "Thoughts upon a Graduation" by Juan Manuel Abel; "It Takes a Pueblo: Coordinated Networks Improve STEM Diversity" by Marcela Hernandez; "Writing from Erasure Ashley Pérez's Out of Darkness" by Randi Lopez; "4L for Latinas: Girls Speaking through Art" by Yalidy Matos; "Hopefully" by Isa Sanchez; "What Is Beauty" by Nadia DeGraffenreid; "A War Inside Your Head" by Angelica Scaffi; "Catching Up with Our LASER Mentee" by Nicole Espinoza de Montreuil; "Transforming Lives Two Generations at a Time" by Yolanda Zepeda; "The Breakfast Group: Mexican-American Men in Lorain, Ohio" by Elena Fouls; "Representing Medea: My Summer Research at Ohio State" by Adriana Toledo; "Spectatorship in Greater Mexico: An Interview with Laura Isabel Serna" by Mónica Garcia Blizzard; "Lonny Rivera Becomes First Latino Superintendent in Ohio" by Leticia Wiggins; "Casimiro Suárez: Gymnast, Leader, Coach" by Jake Martín and "Community Arts University without Walls and Puerto Rico 2016" by Sonia BasSheva Mañjon.
Coming of Age -- Millennial Potential -- Educational Lockouts -- Writing from Erasure -- The Breakfast Group.
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