¿Qué Pasa, Ohio State? (Autumn 2016)
Macías, Luis Fernando
Prado, Rocío I.
Viera, Daniella Santos
Valerio, Miguel A.
Ponce de León, Mabi
Dorset, Andria Ebert
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Other Titles:¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Autumn 2016)
Publisher:Ohio State University
Citation:¿Qué Pasa, Ohio State?, vol. 24, no. 2 (Autumn 2016)
Issue includes: "OSU Libraries Give ¿Qué Pasa? a Digital Update" by Victoria Muñoz; "Queerness & Community: TAing for Intro to Latino Pop Culture" by Rocío I. Prado; "Ohio State Launches Early Arrival Program for Latinx Freshmen" by Rolando Muniz; "Isso não é futebol" by Daniella Santos Viera; "Making OSU Home Through the Andes" by Diego Arellano and Michelle Wibbelsman; "Far From Home but Right at Home: Ecuadorian Student Experiences the Andes at OSU" by Diego Arellano and Michelle Wibbelsman; "I Wish I Could Go Back and Tell Undergraduate Me" by Elena Costello; "Library World" by Marie Lerma; "The First Afro-Latinos in Mesoamerican Codices" by Miguel A. Valerio; "La Maestra Amalia Pica: National (Re)Education Interventions" by Mabi Ponce de León; "Una investigación sobre la alimentación" by Susi Martinez; "Asylum-Seeking Families at the U.S. Border" by Sara Rodríguez-Argüelles; "Moritz Law Students Aid Migrant Farmworkers" by Andria Ebert Dorset; "Undocumentedness in Graphic Spaces: An Interview with Dr. Alberto Ledesma" by Danielle Orozco; "Why Ohio and the USA Stand to Gain From Immigration Reform" by Elvis Saldias; "¡Dímelo, Columbus! Documenting Diversity Within a Community" by L. Wiggins; "A Laser Summer" by Alexis Reyes; "United Way: Voices of Latino Boys" by Yolanda Zepeda; and "¿Qué pasa, Ohio State? Photo Essay" by Jennifer Ibarra.
OSU Libraries Give QP a Digital Upgrade -- ¿Qué Pasa, Ohio State? Photo Essay -- The First Afro-Latinos in Mesoamerican Codices -- Una Investigación sobre la Alimentación -- Queerness & Community -- Moritz Law Students Aid Migrant Farmworkers -- Undocumentedness in Graphic Spaces
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