¡Todos Son Bienvenidos! All Are Welcome!
The Latino Cultural Center at Purdue University serves as a resource to Latinos/as to celebrate and enhance understanding of the Latino culture through history, accomplishments, growth, and empowerment. In serving this mission, the LCC strives to build a community for Latino/a Boilermakers and alumni to share their ideas and experiences to enhance cultural awareness to the Purdue University campus and beyond. The LCC strives to provide leadership through programs that enhance advocacy, values, and customs that will lead to the continued recruitment, retention, and graduation of Latino/a students. Through these efforts, the LCC is committed to helping Latino/a students develop the leadership skills needed to take into their communities to promote and share the Latino culture. Overall, the LCC serves the entire student body, faculty/staff, alumni, and friends to share, educate, and enhance Latino/a culture.
October 7th - Latino Heritage Month Keynote Speaker: Sonia Manzano (7pm @ Stewart Center)
October 30th - Día De Los Muertos (4pm - 7pm @ France A Córdova Recreational Sports Center , Black & Gold Gym Courts 1-3)
November 21st - Call for Abstracts Due Date ( submit to http://bit.ly/1nsmyIy )
February 7th - 1st Latino/a Graduate Student Research Symposium at Purdue (Purdue University)