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Hispanic Heritage Month events scheduled

The NDSU Office of Multicultural Programs is set to host a variety of events for Hispanic Heritage Month.

Some scheduled events include:

Tuesday, Sept. 20

“Dominicans and Race at Home and in the U.S.”

Kristen Fellows, assistant professor of anthropology

12:30 p.m., Memorial Union Century Theater

Tuesday, Sept. 27

“Create the Cause: A Workshop Exploring Social Issues and Identity”

6 p.m., Memorial Union Gallery

Wednesday, Sept. 28

“U.S. Border Patrol: Operations, Funding and Structure”

Mike Prichard, public affairs officer, U.S. Border Patrol

11 a.m., Memorial Union Rose room

Wednesday, Oct. 5

“Studying Abroad in Mexico”

Panel discussion featuring faculty and students

11 a.m., Memorial Union Hidatsa room

Thursday, Oct. 6

“Indian Conquistadors: Native Peoples’ Participation in the Conquest of Mexico”

Bradley Benton, assistant professor of history

11 a.m., Memorial Union Century Theater


“Margarita Maza de Juarez: Embodiment of Strength and National Pride and Wife of Mexico’s First Indigenous President Benito Juarez”

Yolanda Arauza, associate professor of American multicultural studies and history, Minnesota State University Moorhead

2 p.m., Memorial Union Century Theater

Saturday, Oct. 8

“International Student Night”

Talent show, food and cultural booths sponsored by the International Student Association

Doors open at 5:30 p.m., Memorial Union Great Plains Ballroom

Monday, Oct. 10

“Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration”

Hosted by NDSU, Fargo’s Native American Commission and MSUM

Noon to 9 p.m., The Stage at Island Park, Fargo

Tuesday, Oct. 11

“Vestiges of a Spanish Empire: Comparing Frontier Identities and Cultures of the U.S. Southwest and the Argentinian Pampas”

Health Wing, assistant professor of modern languages

11 a.m., Memorial Union Prairie room

Friday Oct. 14

“Mega Rumba”

Salsa lessons and Hispanic dance to follow

5 p.m., Memorial Union Great Plains Ballroom

 

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