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Hispanic Heritage Month at Winsor and Beyond

By Katherine T. '22 From Alexandria Ocasio Cortez to Cezar Chavez to Jennifer Lopez to 83% of farmworkers who risk their lives every day to put food on our tables amid a pandemic, Hispanic Americans have made extensive contributions to various sectors of American society. Hispanics bring their rich culture and perspectives to new spaces, …

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Why Winsor Should Change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day

By Zoe V-K. '24 On October 12, 1492, an Italian explorer named Christopher Columbus landed on what is now called San Salvador, an island in the Bahamas. Columbus’ voyages would become a symbol for bold discovery and a point of pride for many Italian-Americans. This “discovery” would also be a point of pride among Americans …

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