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Latin Icon and Migration Exhibit

April 22, 2014
Communications Staff
Photo credit: Ben Garfinkel ’14

Margaret Middleton ’17 stands next to her artwork, which was part of the “Latin Icon and Migration Exhibition” in Spanish House on April 15. The exhibit showcased students’ oral narratives and their artwork depicting Hispanic/Latin America and notions of consumerism, identity, and acceptance. Annika Stridh ’14 and Gabriela Hurtado Ramos ’16 also presented work.

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