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Greetings:The CSULB Chicano and Latino Studies Department is proud to present the 4th Annual Latino Political Roast to raise scholarship and development funds for its graduate and […]
Benoit family settles with UI Elizabeth Rudd | Argonaut The family of 22-year-old graduate student Katy Benoit and the University of Idaho announced they reached a settlement Thursday following the […]
Clausura: Vélez top with Lanús close behind after a riveting evening
[caption id="attachment_5932" align="aligncenter" width="590" caption="Juan Manuel Martínez celebrates a brilliant opener for Vélez"][/caption] Argentinos Juniors and Estudiantes de La Plata played out a dull 0-0 draw in La Paternal […]
2010 Marks Mexico's Bicentenial
2010 will be a very special year for the Aztec nation for it will mark the bicentennial of their Mexico Lindo y Querido (beautiful & beloved) for all Mexicans. During […]
ARIZONA: Students Walk Out
I'M CURIOUS. WAS IT BEFORE OR AFTER THE WIDE MEDIA COVERAGE THAT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT DECIDED IT WILL NO LONGER CALL BORDER PATROL TO SCHOOLS OR CHURCHES?-Ne74About 150 […]
Antonio López de Santa Anna
Santa Anna in 1847 (February 21, 1794–June 21, 1876) Mexican General For nearly fifty years, vainglorious Santa Anna stood alone as the most important political and military figure of nineteenth-century Mexico. […]
Test Study: Why Are Politicians Afraid To Tell You Where They Stand?
Every election year, political candidates are asked one simple question: "Are you willing to tell the citizens your positions on the issues?" Most answer "No." The Political Courage Test, a […]
"All Power to the People"
CONSTITUTIVE CONGRESS OF THE POPULAR ASSEMBLY OF THE PEOPLES OF OAXACA GENERAL SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS OF THE WORK GROUPS WORK GROUP ONE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL AND STATE CONTEXT A. […]