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Las Catrinas AmidalasMay 4, 2021
HARLINGEN, Tx.—For some, the Star Wars Expanded Universe only exists in its movie and TV show formats (a galaxy far, far away, indeed). However, for…
The ‘Super’ in SuperstitionsOctober 9, 2020
SAN ANTONIO, Tx.—I was not expecting to ring in the New Year by running around a plastic tree in the middle of my living room…
How Club Latinitas Celebrated Dia de los MuertosNovember 11, 2019
Across many Latin American countries, Day of the Dead is celebrated in November with love, pride, and celebration for the lives of loved ones who…
A Latina Perspective: How Ballet Folklorico helped me maintain my identityFebruary 17, 2019
I felt like I was an Aztec warrior myself. I felt like I was truly connecting with my Mexican roots.
Review for Everyone Knows You Go Home by Natalia SylvesterNovember 1, 2018
In her latest book, Everyone Knows You Go Home, Natalia Sylvester explores themes of family, immigration, the American dream, and forgiveness. The story has…
How Day of the Dead helps me find peace after losing loved onesOctober 31, 2018
Dia de Los Muertos is the one day of the year in Mexican culture when the spirits of the dead are allowed passage back to…