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A celebration of Hispanic heritage

TCC's annual Hispanic Heritage Month celebration features a variety of activities on every campus from fiestas to dancing to speakers, films and a "game show." Honoring the contributions of Hispanic Americans, the celebration provides a break from studies, while teaching students about the Hispanic community.

Fiesta time brings students out in droves for some spicy fare. Entertainment was provided by student finalists in a dance series led by Virginia Beach Steppers instructor
Jonathan Green.


Is the end of the world near? Pictured below, William Paquette, professor of history, and Gabriela Toletti, professor of Spanish, discuss Mayan civilization and share their diverse viewpoints.


Below, Ernesto Meija, professional baseball player with the minor league Mississippi Braves, spoke to students about leadership on Sept. 28 at the Chesapeake Campus.


A fiesta at the Virginia Beach Campus provided students with Hispanic-inspired cuisine, served during the lunch hour on Sept. 20. After lunch, students burned off some calories by practicing plenty of Latin dance moves, as shown below.
Students and staff test their knowledge of Hispanic cultural facts during the Think Fast Game Show, held on Sept. 20 at the Chesapeake Campus.
Launching this year's festivities, keynote speaker Enrique Morones, the founder of Border Angels, a humanitarian organization which provides support and relief to migrant workers on the United States-Mexican border, talked with students about the people behind the immigration policy debates. Morones also answered student questions during the Sept. 21 event, held at the Portsmouth Campus. See below.


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