Hispanic Heritage Events Sept 16 - Oct 16
Banned Book Week Sept 22 - 28
Banned Books Exhibit
Sept. 16 - Oct. 16
LSC-North Harris Library - Second Floor
Throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, view the LSC Intercultural Initiatives Department's Hispanic Heritage Collection and the department's collection of banned books. Get a glimpse of the full range of Latino Literature from "HECHO EN TEJAS: The Anthology of Texas Mexican Literature" to Kat Von Dee! Find out which books besides "Bless Me, Ultima," by Rudolfo Anaya and "House on Mango Street," by Sandra Cisneros, were banned in Arizona under AZHB2281.
Hispanic Male Summit
Tuesday, Oct. 8, 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 pm
Poetry Unleashed: award-winning poets Librotraficante Lips Mendez aka Lupe Mendez co-founder of the Word Around Town Poetry Tour & Marlon “Marley” Lizama founder of Cultural Ladrones
Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2 - 3 p.m.
LSC-North Harris, ACAD 126
RSVP your class or students at Antonio.Diaz@lonestar.edu
Interview with Marlon Lizama
Latin American Student Organization (LASO) Meetings
Wednesday, October 9; Thursday, October 17; Wednesday, October 23;Thursday, October 31
All meetings begin at noon.
LSC-North Harris Student Center, Room 204
L.A.S.O. offers great opportunities to reach out, meet new people and share the positive influence of Hispanic culture. L.A.S.O. promotes cultural awarenss through unity and education.
Meetings are held at noon in Student Center 204 the following days during Hispanic Heritage Month:
LASO Moving Screening
Thursday, October 10, 3 p.m.
LSC-North Harris, Student Center, Room 204
Come watch a showing of the movie La Misma Luna/Under the Same Moon. Admission is Free.
Watch the trailer
HECHO Para El Colegio (Made for College): Career and Education Day
Saturday, Oct. 26, 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
LSC-North Harris (Check-in at Student Services Building)
This free event will feature information about educational opportunities and career paths that are offered by the college, and is specifically targeted for Hispanic families. This career and education day will be held in partnership with the Houston Hispanic Forum, a local non-profit organization focused on improving Hispanic achievement in the greater Houston area through information and dialogue, service, collaborations, and on promoting awareness of Hispanic educational issues. Participants can enter to win a $1,000 scholarship.
Make history as you study your culture:
Study Mexican American Literature with Professor Tony Diaz.
Lone Star College-North Harris announces its first Mexican American Literature Class -- Spring 2014 ENGL 2351 Mexican American Literature M/W 9 am.
Guest speakers, field trips, and more, always MAS!