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Works in Progress: Studies in the Political Economy of Late Colonial Puerto Rico
7:00pm, Wednesday, November 28, 2012
By Martín Cobián and José A. Laguarta, Graduate Center
Our meetings will occur on Wednesdays once a month at 6:30 pm in Room 5414. Please, come and join us!
On our Open-House in Wednesday, October 24, we want you to join us and discuss with us what to do for the Fall 2012 on the following reserved dates. Let’s plan anything relevant to Latin America, Latin@s and/or the Caribbean. From study groups, conferences and screenings, to art, music and theater workshops! Talk about your taste and help us make it happen!
Wednesday, October 24 – Open-House AELLA – Meet us, join us & create new events with us!
Wednesday, November 28 – AELLA Series
Wednesday, December 12 – What You want
Hello Everyone/Hola a Tod@s!
Every semester AELLA needs to renew its charter. Renewing the charter is key for AELLA to keep its budget allocation (money available to organize events), its office space, and its official recognition as a student organization. AELLA has historically made its resources available to Latino student or students with an interest in organizing events around Latin American and Latino issues, and will continue to provide our resources to students who express interest.
To maintain AELLA as a charter, 23 roster signatures, or memberships, are needed using the DSC website. To “join” or “sign in” you need to take the following steps:
1. Log in to the DSC website (cunydsc.org—note: you will need to register with the site if you are not already a member)
2. Hover over the tab on the left named “Chartered Organizations” and
click the link labeled “Join/Sign Rosters”
3. Click on the name of the organization you are interested in joining. In this case, click on AELLA (Latina/o and Latin American Students Association)
4. Click the link that says “JOIN THIS ORGANIZATION”, on the Fall 2012 semester, and you’re done!
Please help if you’d like to preserve this space and resources for Latin American & Latina/o students and scholars! Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns regarding the new charter renewal process or AELLA in general.
Thank you in advance! We look forward to seeing you in upcoming AELLA events. All best,
Martín Cobian Rivera & Marimer Berberena Alonso