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Monday, September 18
Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program,...
The bilingual Bittersweet Harvest poster exhibition tells the story of the bracero or manual laborer program that became the largest guest worker program in...
Southeast Campus, Library Classroom ESED 1212
Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibit and Opening...
Come view Influential Hispanics that made a difference in the world. Join us for the opening reception of our Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibit on September...
Southeast Campus, Art Corridor III
Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of...
Visit the Judith J. Carrier Library between August 21 and September 27 to view Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness, a traveling...
Southeast Campus, Judith J. Carrier Library
"We the People..." A Constitution Day...
Visitors to this exhibit may view enlarged copies of original documents relating to the signing of the U.S. Constitution, read about the founding fathers,...
NLIB Northeast Library, Lower Level
Traveling Art Exhibit
On loan from Humanities Texas, please join us to see the exhibit Mexico: 30 Centuries of Splendor. The exhibit covers artwork from civilations past to...
WSTU Northwest Student Center, Walsh Library
Hispanic Heritage Month: Cuba...
Experience the exceptional work of Patricia Richards, NE Associate Professor of Photography, as she shares contemporary photographs from her recent study...
NSTU Northeast Student Center, NSTU 1615A - Center Corner & NCAB 1111 - College Hall
Christopher Douglas - Assistant Professor of Governement “The U.S. Constitution: Ratification, Free Speech and Current Implications”
NSTU Northeast Student Center, 1615A - Center Corner
Constitution Day Trivia
So you think you know about the Constitution? Come play Constitution Trivia in the ESCT Hub for a free cupcake with a Constitution Guide and learn more about...
Southeast Campus, ESCT HUB
Immigration: New Laws
Community conversation with guest speaker Ali Crocker, Managing Attorney, Crocker Russell & Associates. Lean what is happening with immigration policy and...
Southeast Campus, North Ballroom
Constitution Day: Coming to America
In honor of Constitution Day, come listen to the South Campus faculty as they discuss issues that concern immigration and our constitution.
SSTU South Student Center, Dining Hall | SSTU 1114
Hispanic Heritage Month: Cuban Motion with Ernesto
Come dance with us as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Ernesto Plazola, co-owner and dance choreographer of Dallas' leading international dance school,...
NSTU Northeast Student Center, NSTU 1615A - Center Corner
Latino Culture Series: Growing Up
Focus on the traditions and challenges faced by guest speakers when they first came to the U.S. from their country of origin.
WFAB Northwest Fine Arts Building, 2615 (World Languages Lab)
Push Your Passion
Not sure what you want to major in? Afraid that you’re destined to be in a job or career that you hate? This workshop will help you push your passion. ...
SACT South Administration and Counseling Center, SACT 1429
Erin Stafford The Withdrawing Room
The TCC South Campus Fine Arts Department will be having a gallery exhibit that will be on display from September 14 thru October 12th. The work will be from...
SPAC South Performing Arts Center, SPAC Carillon Gallery
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