“You can create change, and the coming together is a very powerful tool in creating a more just society.” -Dr. Yolanda Chávez Leyva, Chair of the Department of History.
Un grupo de estudiantes de la escuela de postgrado de UTEP se preparan para presentar una exhibición que se enfocará en el legado que el Movimiento Chicano universitario le ha brindando a la región.
Chair of UTEP’s History Department, Chicana historian and writer, Dr. Yolanda Leyva is joined by MA History Student, Gustavo Del Hierro to preview Viva La Causa: Forging UTEP’s 21st Century Demographic.
A new exhibit at the Centennial Museum on the UTEP campus highlights the National Chicano Movement in El Paso.
“Viva La Causa: Forging UTEP’s 21st Century Demographic” will open with a public reception at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 7.
This week, UTEP Headlines highlights a summit dedicated to low-cost prosthetics, the kickoff of Movies on the Lawn, the opening reception for "Viva la Causa" at the Centennial Museum, and the closure of East and West I-10 for the Spur 1966 project.
The exhibit "Viva la Causa: Forging UTEP's 21st the ongoing Centennial Exhibit Series and will be on display June 7 – Aug. 2 at the Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens, located on the UTEP campus on the corner of University Avenue and Wiggins Road.
“Viva La Causa” was designed by the Department of History and Museo Urbano in honor of UTEP’s Centennial Celebration.
The Centennial Museum and Welcome Center will present the newest exhibit in the Centennial Exhibit Series, “Viva La Causa: Forging UTEP’s 21st Century Demographic” with a public reception at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 7.