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Reel Talk: “Dolores” Film Screening and Talkback

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Join Us on Zoom This event is just part of Hispanic Heritage Month, presented by Monmouth University's Intercultural Center. Each year, Monmouth University observes National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures, and contributions of those whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South […]

But I’m Both: An Afro-Latinx Dialogue

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Join alumna @losrizosdero as she discusses experiences and politics within Afro-Latinx communities. Sponsored by Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority Inc. and Latin American Student Organization.

Comedy Night with Ian Lara

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Ian Lara is really just a regular guy from Queens, New York. He started Comedy right after college because he didn't feel like going to Law School and he's loved every second of it. Usually you can catch him performing every night in some of the best and worse shows in New York City, or he's on the road at a club or college near you. Ian Lara will probably be a household name but really all he wants is to get big enough where he can wear those big hats Pharrel wears to awards shows.

Presented as part of Hispanic Heritage Month at Monmouth University

Racism and Colorism within the Latinx Community

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Join the sisters of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Incorporated, for this important dialogue around colorism and how it shows up within Latinx communities. Join Us on Zoom This event is just part of Hispanic Heritage Month, presented by Monmouth University's Intercultural Center. Each year, Monmouth University observes National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 […]

Latinx Trivia Night

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Intercultural Trivia Tuesdays: Latinx History Trivia nights are back! Test your knowledge, compete virtually, and learn along the way. The top five players will win $100 Amazon Gift Cards. Co-sponsored by the Office of Student Activities and the Intercultural Center. Join Us on Zoom This event is just part of Hispanic Heritage Month, presented by […]

Salsa Magic – Dance History, Lessons, and Competition

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Why go to the club when Salsa Magic can bring it to your dorm or living room? Using our Pro Zoom Web Video service, Lee "El Gringuito" Smith and Kat La Gata, professional Latin dancers and founders of Salsa Magic who have taught over 250,000 College students and traveled to over 800+ cities, will create a fun, interactive, educational experience. The virtual show will start with interactive lessons in Merengue, Bachata & Salsa! Students will have a chance to show off their moves for virtual gift cards. Lee & Kat will perform live and students can practice to a live DJ set by DJ Gringuito.

Elvira–The Immigration Play & Immigration Storytelling Workshop

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Written by Jessica Carmona, and inspired by the life story of Elvira Arellano, this play offers up an imaginary encounter between a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Officer and Elvira on the day of her arrest in August 2007. As an interrogation unfolds, Elvira recounts her journey, from being the daughter of a farmer […]

Ask a Recent Alum Series Part 1 – Featuring Jamee Shea ’13

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This month’s edition of our Ask a Recent Alum Series features Jamee Shea ’13, who utilized her Monmouth experience with HawkTV, internship at iHeartRadio, and networking with a fellow Monmouth Hawk to land her dream job as editor at CBS Television Network. In this webinar, Jamee will share her advice on how to use networking as a skill to be successful.

QUENCH: Global Studies: Latino, Latinx, and Caribbean Cultures in the United States, Lecture and Dialogue with Dr. Luis Mora-Ballesteros

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QUENCH your thirst for knowledge in this engaging lecture and critical dialogue by Monmouth University faculty member, Dr. Luis Mora-Ballesteros. This lecture pursues to provide an understanding of the global achievements in the field of literature and cultures of Latin America, on being cognizant of some contributions of Latinos, Latinx, and Carribeans that trace their roots to speaking-Spanish counties in Central and South America and the Caribbean, and how their works have made possible to enrich the United States society and culture in the last decade.