Hispanic Heritage Month Events
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage
Annual Hispanic Hertiage Celebration events at Lebanon Valley College
Library exhibition Starting the 2nd week of September until Sept 20th, books, CD’s and DVD’s related to Hispanic Heritage will be on display in LVC's Bishop Library.
Hispanic Heritage Film and Discussion Series
Sept. 20 Sugar Chapel 101 6pm
Sept. 26 La Piel que Habito Chapel 106 4:30pm
Oct. 10 A Better Life Chapel 101 6pm
Sept. 29 Christian Hip Hop Band “4 Trinity” Concert in Miller Chapel 7pm Sponsored by The Office of Spiritual Life
Salsa Workshops: Salsa lessons and presentation by Nikolay Karkov Adjunct Professor of Philosophy
Oct 11 Class for Beginners 10:00 am in Chapel 101
Oct 17 Academic Presentation on Salsa: 4:30pm in Frock Conference Room, Bishop Library
Oct. 18 Historian Rob Ruck from the University of Pittsburgh will speak on “Raceball: How the Major Leagues Colonized the Black and Latin Game" 11am in Humanities 302.
October 24 Arizona House Bill 2281: Fight to Save Ethnic Studies Chapel 101 7pm
On May 11, 2010, HB 2281 was passed in Arizona prohibiting the teaching of ethnic studies courses to students in Tucson’s K-12 education system. As part of the “Save Ethnic Studies” college tour, Sean Arce, Director of the Ethnic Studies in Arizona will be speaking about the current lawsuit against the state’s Board of Education and the impact and importance of the ethnic studies program. For more information please contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs at 717-867-6235.
Nov. 1 Dr. Carlos Rubén Carrasquillo, Social Community Psychologist from Puerto Rico will present "Paths to Happiness: Different Times and Alternative Places" as part of the Colloquium Series at 11am in Zimmerman Recital Hall
Nov 3 Hispanic Heritage Benefit Dinner Lehr Dining Hall Mund College Center 6pm-9pm
Please join the students of LVC’s Hispanic Student Alliance and the Office of Multicultural Affairs for a night of latin food, music and entertainment. This benefit will raise funds for education initiatives locally and in the Dominican Republic. $25 donation for tickets. For more information please contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs at 717-867-6235.