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Latinitas members shared their message to veterans...
I have met quite a few veterans that I think are special to me. I would like to tell them thank you for reading to us, taking time out of your lives to spend time at our school events. Thank you very much for what you have done for us at our school. Thank you for keeping us safe and alive. Veterans day is a day when people show that they…Continue
Before I can start sharing about this year's national music festival: Austin City Limits, two weekends of star-studded as well as new music on 5+ stages in sunny Austin, TX, I have to reflect on years' past and the wonderful Latino music acts that have showed through the decade. My first encounter with ACL Fest was my first encounter with Amigos Invisibles, back in 2005. The band that never stops playing brings nodes of disco, techno, Latin "gozada" rhythms - Venezuelan beats that evoke…Continue
Everyone has bad days where it feels like your stress level has hit a new high where it makes you feel a new low. The bright side is that you'll always bounce back, stronger and more prepared.
School, work, family, friends, etc. are all essential parts of our lives that sometimes make us stress out. The best thing to remember when you feel like you're on a short fuse is to breathe. It's as simple as it sounds. Be surrounded by calming sounds or a quiet area, close your eyes,…Continue
Hi my name is Desiree I going to talk to you about dia de los muertos (The day of the dead) .I"m talking about selena quintanilla perez. She was born on april 16 1971 she die on march 13 1995. .selena was a famous tejano singer. I look up to her because she strong.Her quotes amazing.She was special to me because she is tejano singer and beautiful .She just amazing.Selena inspire me to be a singer and myself .She make me happy when i listen to her . She pass a way…Continue
Every October, schools and organizations across the country join together in observing National Bullying Prevention Month. The goal is to encourage communities to work together to stop bullying and…Continue
RED RIBBON WEEK
Say No to Drugs/ Di No a Las Drogas
Red Ribbon Week takes place October 23-31 and promotes awareness of the dangers of drugs. Our Club Members share their red ribbon week message...
SAY NO TO DRUGS!!! They are bullies to your body plus you can get sick from them. - Delaney
You should not do drugs because they are bad for you and they can make you die .When you do drugs they make your breath smell.…Continue
Tips To Have a Safe Halloween:
Our club members shared these tips to have a safe Halloween
1. The way of having a safe Halloween is by wearing bright colors.
2. When you trick or treat, check the candy before eating them.
3. Take a flashlight with…Continue
I never use to get so stressed out until I came to college. The balancing act of school and a social life is possibly one of the most difficult things to do. When things start piling up on me, from multiple tests and papers due all in the same week, my reflex is to hide under my blanket until it's all over. Not the best way to handle stressful situations, so I've learned to do other things instead.
When I am studying during tests and I get overwhelmed and feel like I can't do it, I…Continue
“Women’s progress is human progress.” –Hillary Clinton
Trending this past month was the word “feminism” and what it means to be “feminist.” We were brought to tears when Emma Watson moved us with her #HeForShe campaign speech at the UN. Clapped out loud when Lena Dunham called out to women to join together instead of being pitted against each other. What is the use of the word “feminism” if we aren’t all standing together for it? Instead we are debating on…Continue