Graphic By: Raquel Simon-Calderon

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated nationwide in the United States from September 15 to October 15, it is when we recognize and celebrate the contributions of Hispanics and Latino Americans to the United States and celebrate with them their culture and heritage.

UTSA Hispanic student community encompasses more than half of the whole student population. Celebration of the culture of such an important and substantial population of our university is expected and appreciated; this will be the time when students, faculty and staff unite, commemorate and celebrate Hispanic heritage.

Below is a table of events that will be happening in the next couple of weeks at UTSA. Attend, support “y a celebrar!”

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