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Panel held in Lewis Library spoke on the aftermath of Hurricane Maria

Panel discusses the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

Princeton Latinos y Amigos and the Association of Latinx Activism and Service (ALAS) hosted a panel on Friday, Nov. 16 to discuss these effects of Hurricane Maria. The panel comprised  computer science lecturer Alan Kaplan, Writing Program lecturer Dannelle Gutarra Cordero, Latin American Studies Librarian Fernando Acosta-Rodriguez, and Jose Pabon ’19.  


Latinx Heritage Month celebrates Latin American culture at the University

From a movie screening of Selena to a Casino themed fall gala, students have been celebrating Latinx culture on campus. Princeton Latinos y Amigos, Carl A. Field Center for Equality and Princeton University Latinx Perspectives Organization successfully organized the annual Latinx Heritage Month. The term latinx is a gender-neutral alternative to Latino or Latino


Frist late meal undergoes makeover

Students can now get foods like chicken and waffles, vegan mac and cheese, dumplings, Korean fried chicken, build-your-own salads, and pho in the late meal servery on Frist’s A-level. Plastic water bottles have been replaced with boxed water, in an effort to be more environmentally friendly. And students craving late meal quesadillas will no longer order them in the same spot, since the quesadilla section is now combined with the pizza section. 


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The board of Princeton Latinos y Amigos at the Fall Galla, from left to right: Top row: Kauribel Javier, Samuel Vilchez, Maximo de la Cruz, Ana Patricia Esqueda, Carmella Asparrin, Michael Asparrin. Bottom row: Roberto Hasbun, Maria Jose Solorzano, Krystal Veras

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