Rafael Bullones knows firsthand the hardships immigrants can face when looking for a place to live. The 31-year-old, who moved … Read More
By Christopher Cornejo, U. of Pittsburgh Student and Journalism Intern for Presente Magazine Norman Bristol Colón is a trailblazer in the Pennsylvania … Read More
After years of dribbling, scoring, and competing on basketball teams in the US and Puerto Rico, Santiago “Chago” Gotay has been awarded a spot in the Pittsburgh Basketball Club Hall of Fame.
After considering locations across the nation, the Latin American Studies Association will open its new headquarters in Oakland.
After a canceled 2020 affair, the PA Latino Convention is scheduled for a robust 2021 event in Reading, PA the … Read More
Each year the University of Pittsburgh recognizes faculty members around the world. The University chose two Latino faculty members for … Read More
By Rebecca Hansborough It’s a classic coming of age story with a twist ending in space, Diana Trujillo’s journey is … Read More
Throughout Juan Perez’s childhood, the Boys and Girls Club (BGC) was more than just an after-school program. It was his … Read More
Here’s a look at four causes that brought Pennsylvanians to the streets in 2020.
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As the Latino population continues to increase every year in PA, reaching almost one million as of 2019, it becomes … Read More
Alondra Martinez Osorno believes in seizing opportunities. That’s what the Washington & Jefferson College senior has done with each internship … Read More