Hispanic Heritage Month
Film - In the Heights
In a collaboration with Bay Path University, STCC presented a Latinx-themed film titled “In the Heights” on Sept. 22. The outdoor movie, was held at Bay Path in Longmeadow. Transportation from STCC to Bay Path and back was provided. This event was part of Hispanic/Latinx History Month at STCC.
María Luisa Arroyo: Identity and Belonging
In celebration of Hispanic/Latinx History Month poet, author, and professor of writing María Luisa Arroyo presented an informal discussion about identity and belonging. Arroyo currently teaches at Bay Path University.
Con Todo Corazón: Perspectives on Healthy Masculinity
The kick-off of the Heart of a Man Virtual Engaging Men Series entitled, Con Todo Corazón: Perspectives on Healthy Masculinity. This event was held in recognition of both Hispanic Heritage Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month and features STCC's very own Miguel Velez, Gustavo Acosta, José Lopez-Figueroa, Miguel Maria, and James Lightfoot, as well as Luis Santiago from the YWCA of Western Massachusetts, and Hugo Balta, owner and publisher of Latino Network News.
Carberry Conversations: Jorge Costa
Carberry Conversations is a series of virtual talks connecting working artists and photographers to the Greater Springfield community. Topics include origin stories, the impact of current events on artistic process, and the function of art and photography during times of crisis. In this event, Sondra speaks with artist and STCC adjunct professor Jorge Costa. Part of Hispanic/Latinx History Month events at STCC.
We The Women Series: Dr. Estela R. López
Celebrating Hispanic/Latinx History Month, STCC welcomed Dr. Estela R. López. We the Women discusses women’s careers, accomplishments, and the barriers they face. All in different capacities and from different backgrounds, these women share a passion for creating opportunities for STCC students.