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Creativity in the Face of the Coronavirus

Visual Arts students get inspiration from the pandemic. By Integrated Communications Another challenge is overcome. Despite the pandemic, the students of last semester’s Art Techniques and Materials course taught by Professor Marilyn Torrech carried out an appropriation exercise that is worth contemplating. “Aware of the difficult access to materials and exploring alternatives to create work, …

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Sagrado Alumnus leads Initiative to Improve Community Health

From the diaspora, Eliezer Lappots tells us how his organization, “Horizontes de Salud”, has benefitted the neediest. By Liz Yanira Del ValleCollaborator In the Dominican Republic, there is a Sagrado alumnus, pride of our alma mater, who sees, feels and works beyond the horizon. Eliezer Lappots Abreu, a graduate of Sagrado’s Bachelor’s Degree in International …

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Sagrado Student wins International Scholarship

The Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship will allow Derek Voglis to study Mandarin Chinese at the Communication University of China. By Liz Yanira Del ValleCollaborator His destination should have been Beijing, China, but for now, he will have to wait. It turns out that Sagrado student Derek Voglis, from the International Studies program of the Interdisciplinary …

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Five Tips to Find your Writing Time

Finding the time to write a story, a poem, or that novel you’ve always wanted write requires certain techniques. By Dr. Anuchka RamosDirector of the Interdisciplinary School of Humanistic and Social Studies (FIEHS, Spanish acronym) In my experience as a writer and literature professor, the most common excuses for not writing are: “Oh, the muses …

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You Also Make Way When You’re Lost

The director of Sagrado’s Interdisciplinary School of Humanistic and Social Studies, Dr. Anuchka Ramos Ruiz, was the speaker of the 4th International Talk. By Liz Yanira Del ValleCollaborator Spanish poet Antonio Machado left us some famous verses: “caminante no hay camino, se hace camino al andar” (Walker, there is no path; you make the path …

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