Thursday, December 13, 2018

Something Spanglish: Nydia Gutierrez “Queen of Tejano – A Legacy for Future Generations”

South Texas Tejano music encompasses the celebration and the union of both Texan and Mexican cultures known as Tex-Mex. A mixture of Norteño and Ranchera with Folk influences, Tejano music remains a staple in South Texas culture. Today marks an unforgettable day in Tejano music, as it is the 20th anniversary of the passing of […]

Something Spanglish: Dakar Lanzino “Venezuela-U.S. Relations Deteriorate Further”

This week, President Obama signed a much anticipated executive order expanding upon the Venezuela Defense of Human Rights and Civil Society Act of 2014 that congress passed last year. The executive order places sanctions on officials of the Venezuelan government accused of violating the human rights of the Venezuelan people who voiced their discontent with […]