By Will Ferguson, College of Arts & Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – New research finds that economically disadvantaged immigrant neighborhoods of non-English speaking Latinos are more likely to be exposed to cancer-causing air toxics than comparable communities of any other racial group in the United States.
PULLMAN, Wash. – More than 40 Latino parents from south central Washington will visit Washington State University to learn about majors in math, science and engineering as well as residence life, financial planning and the admissions process.
RICHLAND — An artist known for his portraits of farm workers is speaking this week to Mid-Columbia educators and students as part the WSU Tri-Cities early outreach programs. Simón Silva has appeared before thousands of students of all ages nationwide, focusing on the importance of self-expression and developing personal creativity. His speeches include anecdotes […]
Semana de La Raza, hosted by the Chicano/Latino Student Alliance, is a weeklong program of Chicano/Latino culture, art, history and scholarship. The calendar of events is as follows: Monday: Noon Opening Ceremony with Pinatas and Mariachi Wazzu @ Glenn Terrell Mall 1:00 p.m. Kick-off potluck with guest speaker Dr. John Alderete @ CUE 518 […]
RICHLAND – A Latino artist known for portraits of farm workers will speak to Mid-Columbia educators and students April 29, as part of WSU Tri-Cities early outreach programs. Simón Silva has appeared before thousands of students nationwide, discussing the importance of self-expression and development of personal creativity. His speeches include anecdotes from his own childhood […]
Richland–About 50 middle and elementary school students will be on the Washington State University Tri-Cities campus Friday, March 23, for the Latino Outreach “I’m Ready for College” program. The WSU Tri-Cities Latino Outreach program educates young students on the importance of getting a college education while making them aware of what it takes to go […]
Washington State University will celebrate Chicana/o Latina/o culture, through arts, performances, poetry, entertainment and food Feb. 28 through March 5 with Semana de la Raza 2005.This year’s theme is “1,000 Comunidades, Una Voz, Un Sueno” (“1,000 Communities, One Voice, One Dream”).The celebration will begin at noon Feb. 28 with a piñata smash and welcoming ceremony […]