Capstone the month and learn about what steps we can continue to make to build a supportive community on campus.
This event will feature two current professors and researchers from the University of Colima, Mexico (UCOL). Dr. Karla Kral will examine the role of feminist activism during the fourth wave feminism and Dr. Prado-Meza will explore a group of women entrepreneurs known as the “nenis” to help recover from the economic crisis driven by the COVID 19 pandemic and the policies that ensued. Both lecturers will discuss the role of digital platforms as strategies to communicate their messages from the Southwestern State of Colima, Mexico.
Join us in this intentional discussion with Gender and Sexuality Student Services as we have explore gender identity in Latin America and queer culture with the Hispanic/LatinX culture.
Join the sisters of Gamma Phi Omega Int. Sorority Inc. in Career Night with the Swans as we build skills, explore the challenges, and share tips and tricks on life after college.
Want to learn more about Latinx health? Get to meet SUIMed students and see what they are learning in today's world of medicine and health! This event is part of HLHM month! Vamos Mi Gente!
Who were early women to publicly declare their love for women and fight for lesbian visibility and rights in Mexico? How did they find each other and create spaces beyond bars and strict gender roles? Dr. Leticia Armijo and Diana Solís, two members of the Oikabeth 2 lesbian feminist group (1982-5; one of the first in Mexico), will share Mexican LGBTQ history with photographs, differences from US activism, and how brave women challenged sexism and heterosexism. We will learn what some Oikabeth 2 members are doing today and the current status of lesbians in Mexico.
Take a moment to make some arts and crafts and learn the cultural importance of pinatas within the Hispanic/LatinX Community.
Explore the change of media portrayals of the Hispanic/LatinX community and discuss with other students!
Come learn to dance some basic steps for dances such as Bachata, Cumbia, Salsa, etc.
All levels welcome!