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¿Qué Pasa, OSU?

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  1. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Autumn 2016)


    Issue includes: "OSU Libraries Give ¿Qué Pasa? a Digital Update" by Victoria Muñoz; "Queerness & Community: TAing for Intro to Latino Pop Culture" by Rocío I. Prado; "Ohio State Launches Early Arrival Program for Latinx Freshmen" by Rolando Muniz; "Isso não é futebol" by Daniella Santos Viera; "Making OSU Home Through the Andes" by Diego Arellano and Michelle Wibbelsman; "Far From Home but Right at Home: Ecuadorian Student Experiences the Andes at OSU" by Diego Arellano and Michelle Wibbelsman; "I Wish I Could Go Back and Tell Undergraduate Me" by Elena Costello; "Library World" by Marie Lerma; "The First Afro-Latinos...

  2. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Special Edition Summer 2013)


    Issue includes: "The Strength of Our Mettle on the Virtues of Community" by Theresa N. Rojas and "Latino Buckeye Graduation Celebration Graduation Speech" by Amber Seira.

  3. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2016)


    Issue includes: "A Juggling Act Color Lines and Cuban-American Politics" by Jessica Granger; "Blackness in a Mestizo Nation: Tanya Saunders on Cuban Underground Hip Hop" by Leticia Wiggins; "Computer Animation for Social Change: OSU Welcomes Artist Federico Cuatlacuatl" by Victoria Muñoz; "Un patrimonio cultural del pueblo: The Chilean Street Art of Alejandro "Mono" González" by Victoria Muñoz; "Education and Latino Consciousness" by Daniel Flores; "Imagining Otherwise Today: The Performance Art of Guillermo Gómez-Peña and La Pocha Nostra" by Nic Flores; "Photographing Latino/a Life: A Visit by José Galvez" by Victoria Muñoz; "First_Contact: Empathy for Another Legal Alien" by Axel Cuevas...

  4. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Autumn 2015)


    Issue includes: "Millennial Potential: A Conversation with Mark Hugo Lopez" by Leticia Wiggins; "Tourniquets That Slow the Bleedout of Latino Males" by Frederick Aldama and Martín Pérez; "Thoughts upon a Graduation" by Juan Manuel Abel; "It Takes a Pueblo: Coordinated Networks Improve STEM Diversity" by Marcela Hernandez; "Writing from Erasure Ashley Pérez's Out of Darkness" by Randi Lopez; "4L for Latinas: Girls Speaking through Art" by Yalidy Matos; "Hopefully" by Isa Sanchez; "What Is Beauty" by Nadia DeGraffenreid; "A War Inside Your Head" by Angelica Scaffi; "Catching Up with Our LASER Mentee" by Nicole Espinoza de Montreuil; "Transforming Lives Two...

  5. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2015)


    Issue includes: "Hispanic Oversight Committee Reports: Latino Representation at OSU" by Lilia Fernández and Francisco-Xavier Gómez-Bellengé; "Forging My Own Path: My Internship at the Mayagüez Zoo" by Liane Davila; "Pursuing a Career in Biomedicine ¿Qué pasa dentro del laboratorio?" by Jose Otero; "The Benefits of Undergraduate Research" by Fay Catacutan; "The Sotomayor Research Group: Uncovering the Science of Hearing" by Leticia Wiggins; "Florencia Velez-Cortes Conducts Biomolecular Research at Johns Hopkins" by Mary Spiro; "Morgan Gamble: Leading the Way for Future PAs" by Yolanda Zepeda; "Neuroscience Research at OSU: An Opportunity for Undergrads" by Sky Dominguez; "Steven Villanueva: Success Written in...

  6. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Autumn 2014)


    Issue includes: "A Rising Star: A Conversation with Julián Castro" by Delia Fernández and Yalidy M. Matos; "The Changing Face of Ohio Latino Demographics" by Francisco Gómez-Bellengé; "Un cambio necesario de nuestro sistema escolar" by Susana Martínez; "Identity Struggles and the Immigrant Experience" by Sonia BasSheva Mañjon; "Latino Stories across Ohio" by Elena Foulis; "Tracking the "Invisible Populations" Juan González Visits OSU" by Leticia Wiggins; "Outreach to Ohio Youth: Humanities and Cognitive Sciences Summer Institute" by Victoria Muñoz; "Linking Undergrads and High School Students" by Nicole Espinoza De Montreuil; "Enriching the Undergrad and Grad Experience" by Carmen Meza; "Ohio Export...

  7. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2014)


    Issue includes: "Dr. Miguel Villalona-Calero James Cancer Care and Treatment Program" by Victoria Muñoz; "Latinos and Museums Representation at the Smithsonian" by Verónica E. Betancourt; "A Hymn" by Ayendy Bonifacio; "Trans-Culturation in Music Buena Vista Social Club and the Global Community" by Victoria Muñoz; "Martín Pérez from Tortillería to Non-Profit Management" by Anthony Wiggins; "Graduate School Advice from the Inside" by Maria Barbero and Nic Flores; "Out-of-the Closet a Chicano in Columbus" by Joey Terrill; "One Life to Live: A Case Study On Latinidad and Marking Latino Characters" by Doug Bush; "All Roads Lead to Brazil" by Leticia Wiggins; "Ani...

  8. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Autumn 2013)


    Issue includes: "Dr. Paloma Martinez-Cruz Valuing the Imagination" by Anthony Wiggins; "Mónica Saccucci Cutting Edge Researcher" by Mónica Saccucci; "Mirror, Mirror El Vaquero Restaurant and Latinos in Columbus" by Frederick Luis Aldama; "Inspired by Borderlands Chicana Feminist Lens Enhances Renaissance Scholarship" by Carmen Meza; "Chicanafuturisms: Approaches to Science Fiction" by Isabel Millán and Orquidea Morales; "Immigration at the Crossroads of Historic Reform and Tragedy" by Brian Hoffman; "La noche de Ohio" by Miguel Valerio; "Violeta Finds an Audience" by Leticia Wiggins; "Knocking on Doors Neuroscience Alumna, Anabel Galan Forges Ahead" by Anthony Wiggins; "Literary Travels and Translations Cross-Nationalism and English...

  9. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2013)


    Issue includes: "Becoming Part of the Larger Conversation" by Theresa Rojas; "Ana Elena Puga Love of Journalism Leads to a Career in Theater" by Theresa Rojas; "Stephany Chicaiza Finding Support in Distant Family Ties" by Anthony Wiggins; ""Customers Also Bought ..." How Readers Connect Gay Chicano Writers on Amazon.com" by Doug Bush; "El Pueblo the First Year Latino Cohort" by Melissa Zepeda and Jane Newland; "Education Reform and Smoking Cessation Research Parental Lessons Lead to Inquiry in Action" by Tomás Moreno-Vasquez; "Idea Lab Supporting Diverse Creative Development at OSU" by Ben Delgado; "Summer, Sutures, and South America a Brazilian Surgical...

  10. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Special Edition Summer 2012)


    Issue includes: "Cultivating the Academic Spirit" by Christopher Gonzalez.

  11. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Autumn 2012)


    Issue includes: "At the Heart of Our University ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? Grows, Learns, and Shines" by Theresa Rojas; "Anthony Wiggins the World through OSU" by Theresa Rojas; "Luis Machado Seizing Opportunities" by Vanessa Wong; "Bringing MALCS to Ohio State Bid for Summer Institute Earns Professional and Personal Success" by Delia Fernandez; "Queering La Jíbara a Counter-Narrative to Puerto Rican Nationalist Discourse" by Judith Rodriguez; "Richard Carmona Former Surgeon General Named Distinguished Professor in College of Nursing" by Ronna Colilla; "Hispanic Oversight Committee Forging a 21st Century Hispanic Action Plan" by Lilia Fernandez and Francisco-Xavier Gómez-Bellengé; "Mextasy Challenging Latino Stereotypes through Artifacts...

  12. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2012)


    Issue includes: "Learning from the Challenges We Overcome" by Christopher Gonzalez; "Dr. José O. Díaz, Associate Professor, OSU Libraries from San Juan to Columbus: A Bibliographer's Journey" by Theresa Rojas; "Greetchen Díaz Challenges Motivate Grad Student to Become a Role Model" by Christopher Gonzalez; "David Arango Attitude of Service Drives Leader's Vision for Business" by Juan Pablo Donoso; "Report from the Field OSU Representatives Participate in White House Hispanic Summit" by Yolanda Zepeda; "Changing Demographics and Its Implications What Factors Are Driving Immigration Debate and Policy?" by Yalidy M. Motos; "Who Are You, and What Are You Doing Here? Reflections from the...

  13. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Special Edition Summer 2011)


    Issue includes: "Looking Forward OSU Graduates Poised to Build on Well-Earned Achievement" by Christopher Gonzalez.

  14. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Autumn 2011)


    Issue includes: "Change Typically Forecasts More Change" by Christopher Gonzalez; "Cheryl Achterberg Compassion for Others Pushes Dean to the Top of Her Field" by Christopher Gonzalez; "Chakir' Underdown Gearing up for Law School" by Christopher Gonzalez; "Aida Sabo Conversation with Success" by Juan Hurtado; "On the Rewards of Teaching an Interview with Christopher Gonzalez" by Frederick Luis Aldama; "In Ohio's Best Interest Latino Students Help Grow Ohio Economy" by Francisco-Xavier Gómez-Bellengé; "A Report from the Field Creating a College-Going Culture among Ohio Hispanics" by Maria Sanchez; "Brazil Connection a Spotlight on Brazilian Buckeyes" by Emily Strouse; "Brasileños en los Estados...

  15. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2011)


    Issue includes: "Warm Wishes for Spring" by Michael J. Alarid; "Cassie Patterson Graduate School Not Just a Road to a Degree" by Christopher Gonzalez; "The Mission Continues LASER Seeks to Build on Momentum of First Year" by Christopher Gonzalez; "An Adventurous Road a Sensible Take on the Mysteries of Graduate School" by Samuel Saldivar; "Conceptions of the Sacred a Symposium on Religious Crossings in Literature, Art and Practice" by Christopher Gonzalez; "Full Throttle Passion for Fiction Fuels OSU Professor's Research" by Christopher Gonzalez; "Latinas in Ohio Third Dialogue of Latinas in Ohio Held at OSU" by Lorena Mora-Mowry; "OSU Student...

  16. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Winter 2011)


    Issue includes: "A Season for Accomplishment" by Michael J. Alarid; "On the Rise Jesus Lara Takes Passion to New Heights" by Cyndi Freeman; "Breaking Ground First Graduate Student Completes GIS in Latino Studies" by Theresa Rojas; "Life Lessons Barbara Dillard Radous on Persevering" by Francisco-Xavier Gómez-Bellengé; "Actualizing Classroom Theory the Nicaragua Service-Learning Experience" by Katherine Borland; "The Winter Blues? Recognizing Seasonal Affective Disorder" by Sean P. DeWinter; "Your Next Step Maximizing the Potential of Your College Career" by Cyndi Freeman; "Off-Campus Living Resources to Help Your Transition" by Willie J. Young; "Moving to the Workforce Career Advice in This Changing...

  17. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Summer 2010)


    Issue includes: "Memories of Graduations Making Them Our Own" by Michael J. Alarid; "Is The Ohio State University Right for You? A Guide to Decision Making and Why OSU Is the Place for You" by Jefferson Blackburn Smith; "Mónica Giusti Enhancing Health, Fighting Disease with Functional Foods" by Mauricio Espinoza; "Miguel Guevara Undergraduate Focuses on Strengthening the Latino Community" by Michael J.Alarid; "It Is Never Too Late for a Scholarship Taking the Right Steps for Relief from the Financial Burden of College" by Maria Sanchez; "The FAFSA Can Save You Why FAFSA Matters as Much as Your College Applications" by...

  18. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Autumn 2010)


    Issue includes: "New School Year Brings Fresh Start" by Michael J. Alarid; "Brazil Brings Them Together Lúcia Costigan and Katherine Borland" by Mauricio Espinoza; "'Actually Being There Is Life-Changing' International Affairs Scholars Travel to Bolivia, Expand Their Horizons" by Mauricio Espinoza; "Your New Home Ohio State's Beautiful New Study, Living, and Playrooms" by Francisco Gómez-Bellengé; "Choosing a Major Advice for Making the Decision of Your Lifetime" by Rachel Sanabria; "Your First Year on Campus How to Survive and Thrive in the Dormitories" by Kenny Lopez; "One University, Several Campus Choices Regional Campuses Offer a More Affordable, Intimate Ohio State Experience" by...

  19. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Spring 2010)


    Issue includes: "Spring Is a Welcome Friend" by Michael J. Alarid; "Dr. Jose Antonio Cabral" by Michael J. Alarid; "Carlos Pimentel Language is Happiness" by Michael J. Alarid; "Bouncing Back Coping and Thriving in Our Current Financial Woes" by Ernesto R. Escoto; "Tight Market Demands More Effort Strategizing for Survival in the Face of an Economic Downturn" by Ana Berrios; "The Transition of ¿Qué Pasa, OSU?" by Victor J. Mora; "Aiming for Success Latin@ Students Must Be the Priority in Growing Latin@Communities" by Yolanda Zepeda; "The Artistic Side Creative Latin@s at OSU Share Their Storiesand Their Art" by Giovana Covarrubias; "The 2010 Census...

  20. ¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Winter 2010)


    Issue includes: "New Year Brings New Challenges" by Michael J. Alarid; "Professor Fernando Unzueta Spanish and Portuguese Department Chair Furthers a Vision" by Michael J. Alarid; "Antoney Ferrey Serving the Underserved" by Michael J. Alarid; "Get Involved Maximizing Your Undergraduate Experience for Your Future" by Cyndi Freeman; "You Are Welcome at UCHO The University Wide Council of Hispanic Organizations (UCHO)" by Alex Flores; "Finding Campus Housing Can Be a Nightmare Avoiding Slumlords, Stress, and Health Risk Housing in the OSU Campus Area" by Michael J. Alarid; "My Survival Guide How a Californian Survives the Ohio Winter" by Michael J. Alarid; "Insiders or Outsiders?...

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