Witness for Peace

Tue, 2012-09-04 16:05 -- admin
Itzel Polo Mendieta was born in Mexico City and grew up in San Francisco Tetlanohcan, a small rural community with a high rate of citizens journeying to the United States, a process known as “out migration.” Currently, Itzel is working as a community organizer in Mexico City with The Other DREAMers, a group comprised of young returned migrants – some who were deported, others who returned voluntarily – who do not have the necessary support to re-integrate into Mexican society and the Mexican labor force.

Witness for Peace

Tue, 2012-09-04 16:03 -- admin
Itzel Polo Mendieta was born in Mexico City and grew up in San Francisco Tetlanohcan, a small rural community with a high rate of citizens journeying to the United States, a process known as “out migration.” Currently, Itzel is working as a community organizer in Mexico City with The Other DREAMers, a group comprised of young returned migrants – some who were deported, others who returned voluntarily – who do not have the necessary support to re-integrate into Mexican society and the Mexican labor force.

Senior Symposium - A Color Line Runs Through It

Wed, 2012-08-29 13:41 -- admin
Nina Salmon, MEd, assistant professor of English and assistant director of Senior Symposium and LCSR, will present "A Color Line Runs Through It." In the context of the semester's theme of Free Will: Faith, Society, and Creativity, the presentation will look closely at Anne Spencer and how her creativity was a response to the oppressive Jim Crowe world around her.

History Seminar

Tue, 2012-08-28 14:27 -- admin
Dr. Gary Gibbs, professor of history, Roanoke College, will speak on the period of Elizabeth I. His presentation is entitled: "Gendered Devotions and Religious Change in the Parish of St. Stephen Coleman Street, London, ca. 1450-1610." Sponsored by the History Department.

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