Entries tagged with ‘MLLC’

Extraordinary Day of the Dead celebration at Gustavus!

El Día de los Muertos:  We were reminded on Friday night that the Day of the Dead is a day to remember our loved ones, to laugh, and to revel in life.  And we did just that –in an extraordinary celebration that spanned the entire day, with a chapel service and a nighttime celebration. We […]

El Mundialito – LALACS Soccer Cup 2012

¡¡¡GOOOOOOOOOOOL!!!! On Saturday, October 6, six profs, over 40 students, and several Friends of LALACS gathered in Lund to play the first annual LALACS Cup.  We played hard, laughed hard, and celebrated the new major AND the winning team. Click on the link below to see the movie!  El Mundialto 2012

NEW J-term 2013!! Study about the Haitian Diaspora in Miami

The Haitian Diaspora: Surviving and Thriving in Miami Are you interested in Haiti but not ready to make a trip abroad? Join Assistant Professor of Geography, Anna Versluis, as she and her class spend January 2013 living and studying in Miami’s own Little Haiti. Discover a Miami you never knew. Photo courtesy of Mark Diamond […]

OLAS Brings Brazilian Carnival to Gustavus!

  On Sunday, February 26th a 12 person Brazilian band under the direction of Robert Everest will be performing in Alumni Hall. The featured singer is well-known Bahian sensation: Dandara. They will all be performing over the weekend in full-fledged carnival-style in the Cities. For more information check out: Carnaval Brasileiro.         […]

LALACS Creates Controversy with Alma López

Los Angeles based digital artist, activist and director Alma López was on campus November 8-10, 2011. The lecture, screening of “I Love Lupe,” book signing and reception was a huge hit, gathering an audience of close to 200 students, faculty and staff. The poster-making process created a lengthy debate amongst heads of different GAC departments. […]