Zenaida Romeu

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Zenaida Romeu, Cuban musician and director of the internationally acclaimed, all-woman string orchestra, Camerata Romeu, will be coming to Wake Forest and give a presentation as well as several musical performances. Ms. Romeu will first be giving a presentation on April 16th at 4 PM in Greene Hall (more details will be forthcoming). Following the […] Read more »

Santiago Vaquera Vasquez: Songs From My Border Hi-Fi


The Department of Romance Languages and the Latin American and Latino Studies program is sponsoring a reading by Santiago Vaquera Vasquez entitled “Sonido Sonidero Fronterizo: Songs From My Border Hi-Fi.” More information about Santiago Vaquera Vasquez: Santaigo Vaquera Vasquez is a self-proclaimed unrepentant border crosser, ex-DJ, writer, painter, and assistant professor of Spanish at the […] Read more »

The Immigrant Education Experience


Tue, March 20, 7pm – 8pm Wake Forest University: Greene Hall, Room 162 Members of El Cambio, a North Carolina grassroots organization, will join the Wake Forest community for a discussion on the search of undocumented students for higher education opportunities as part of the university’s Latino Awareness Week. The event will take place in […] Read more »

The Challenge of Poverty and Education in Latin America


Mon, March 19, 7pm – 8pm Wake Forest University: DeTamble Auditorium (Tribble Hall) Dr. Luis Roniger, Reynolds Professor of Latin American Studies, and Mr. David Inczauskis will kick of the events of Latino Awareness Week with a discussion on two of the most pressing challenges facing modern-day Latin America, education and poverty. Mr. Inczauskis worked […] Read more »