May 2008 Archives

Latinos in Academia: ¿Dónde Están?


elforo(rev).jpegPlease join us for our last Foro of the year next Tuesday and discuss faculty diversity as it pertains to the Latino community at Stanford with our panelists. This is an opportunity to discuss why faculty diversity is such an important issue and why we talk about it so much. Delicious food provided! 

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The panel will feature:

Prof. Anthony Antonio
Associate Professor of Education, SSPEP/APA; Assistant Director, Stanford Institute for Higher Education Research

Mondaire Jones
Class of '09 
Former ASSU Vice President

Prof. Al Camarillo
Professor of American History; Miriam and Peter Haas Centennial Professor in Public Service; Special Assistant to the Provost for Faculty Diversity; head of the Faculty Development Initiative of the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity.

Gran Fiesta Latina 2008



MEChA de Stanford is co-sponsoring a campus-wide party on Saturday. Details below:


You're invited to Stanford's largest campus-wide Latin dance party with live music and free Latin American appetizers and beverages! Invite all your friends as well!

Saturday, May 24, 2008

8:00pm to 1:00am

Tresidder Oak Lounge

SUID to enter, 21+ to drink
More details: Website

MEChA Elections '08-'09

  • Co-Chairs: Melissa Morales & Edgar Isaías Chávez
  • Financial Manager: Ada Ocampo
  • Secretary: Rebecca Olveda
  • Communications: Alexandra Salgado
  • External Community: Luis Landeros

General MEChA Info

Weekly General Meetings

Mondays, 9:00PM

El Centro Chicano Lounge

MEChA de Stanford is a student organization dedicated to progressive changes for the Chicano/Latino Community here at Stanford and beyond. We are the oldest Chicano/Latino organization on campus, and part of the largest network of progressive Chicanos and Latinos in the country.

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