Cinco de Mayo may have just been celebrated Thursday, but the excitement for “Drinko de Mayo” has surfaced the Internet for weeks in anticipation.
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University of La Verne officials recently signed a collaboration agreement with Mexican consulate leaders to increase in academic exchanges between Mexican colleges and the University of La Verne.
Nearly 60 supporters rallied at noon Wednesday in Sneaky Park to raise awareness and offer solidarity for the 43 college students from Mexico who went missing recently.
My uncle was a whiny 8-year-old and my mother was a nervous 10-year-old when they crossed the border from Mexico to the United States alone, without any other family, in hopes of a better life.
Miley Cyrus insulted the Mexican community when her latest stage stunt involved the singer wearing large, fake buttocks while being whipped by a backup dancer using the Mexican flag during her Bangerz tour in Monterrey, Mexico.
As a Mexican-American, every year I have witnessed people abuse Cinco de Mayo as a way to fully embrace every Mexican stereotype and march the streets with their sombreros, bright colored ponchos and tequila in hand.
Monday’s faculty lecture featured Justin Saldana’s presentation “Language Immersion: Psychosocial Implications,” based on his sabbatical project of traveling to France to study the language there and compare it to how immigrant students here learn English.
Students, faculty and members of the International Student Organization gathered to discuss the culture, history and traditions of Mexico at the ISO’s lecture series, “Focus.”
The sound of Latin beats and the scent of roasted meats filled the air around Sneaky Park last week at a celebration to mark Mexico’s 200 years of independence.
When my parents first told me that we were going to take a family vacation to Mexico City, I got a nervous feeling in the pit of my stomach.