All posts tagged "Cuba"

  • Study abroad, Cuba
    Latin American scholar sees bright future for Cuba

    By Jean-Taylor Sowders —  Latin American scholar Jorge Domínguez knows Cuba, and told a crowd Sept. 27 the island nation will weather its challenges. “I was originally down here to take part in the school’s Grawemeyer World...

    • Posted September 28, 2017
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  • Study abroad, Cuba
    Why you should travel abroad: the Cuba perspective

    By Kyeland Jackson — For spring break, I paid to study abroad in Cuba. A week of food, new language, drinks and magnificent sights branded Cuba into my memory, expanding my worldview. The country is changing, available...

    • Posted April 17, 2017
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  • Features
    ‘Bloodline Rumba’ highlights the impact of culture and history

    By Rachel Sorgen– In a play that ties the past with the present, “Bloodline Rumba” highlights racial tensions and Cuban history. The play takes the audience back in time to early 1900s in Cuba. Through Sara, one of...

    • Posted February 3, 2016
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  • Features
    “Bloodline Rumba” premieres at Thrust Theatre

    By Rachel Sorgen– Be a part of a world premiere and come see “Bloodline Rumba” at the Thrust Theatre. Written by one of U of L’s own, John Chenault, “Bloodline Rumba” tells the story of a Cuban-American medical...

    • Posted January 30, 2016
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  • UN Ambassador Samantha Power speaks at U of L, McConnell Center

    The McConnell Center and the University of Louisville welcomed United Nations Ambassador Samantha Power to the Miller IT Center’s Bigelow Hall on Jan. 12 to discuss United States foreign policy. Power is the youngest US Ambassador to...

    • Posted January 12, 2015
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