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First Hispanic UT Chancellor receives national honor

First Hispanic UT Chancellor receives national honor Last week, Rep. Rubén Hinojosa, D-Mercedes, chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), announced Dr. Francisco Cigarroa will be the recipient of The Chair’s Award, one of CHCI’s highest honors presented to one “who has dedicated his or her public or private career to improving the lives of Hispanic Americans.” […]

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The Power of Latino Leadership by Juana Bordas

By Victoria Cepeda Few times will you come across a book that will lay down the foundations of our history while outlining a clear path to building leadership skills than when reading Juana Bordas‘ highly acclaimed and widely endorsed masterpiece “The Power of Latino Leadership.”  It’s the Latino essential guide on how to lead effectively. “Latinos are acculturating, […]

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New York City, Birthplace of the Puerto Rican Flag

By Efrain Nieves Today, as Puerto Rican flags are waved along Fifth Avenue in New York City,  one thing must be noted: it was in this very city that the first Puerto Rican flag, not to be confused with the Lares flag, was first conceived and sewn. The year was 1892, according to some historical […]

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