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Quote of the Day

“Lupe: “Welcome to McFarland. This is a farming town. These kids working here are invisible. They come from the fields and they go back to the fields. 30 more words


Symposium: Dualisms and Difference in Medieval & Early Modern Hispanic Culture


‘Franciscan and Nahua Concepts of Winds, Heart and Heat: Turning the Tables on the Soul in Colonial Mexico’, Dana Bultman, University of Georgia, USA… 98 more words


Mom, Dad, I am Moving Out!

I am currently in my second year of college and still living with my parents. Some may say why? others my think I am to scared to live on my own but really its my parent’s idea. 307 more words


Someone Like You

I really like both of the actors, even more so the whole thought behind the drama. A man who’s lost his eyesight in an accident that claimed his wife ends up falling in love with two women – one who looks like his wife and one who received his wife’s heart (exhibiting her behaviors). 45 more words

Asian Drama

PUBLISHED: I Didn't Know I Was a Minority

I didn’t always know I was considered a minority. I wasn’t aware the statistics weren’t, and hadn’t been, in my favor as a woman and a Latina. 915 more words