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Make the Most of Cinco de Mayo at Home

Around the country, Cinco de Mayo has become a bit of a phenomenon, a celebration of Mexican independence that now stretches far beyond the borders of our southern neighbor. It’s…

Study Abroad: What, Who, Why, How

“You can read about a place and its culture, but there is no substitute for actually experiencing it yourself” – Deborah Gavlik, Director of Sinclair’s International Education Department Contrary to…

Trump vs The Rule of Law: How The Ex-President’s Trial Could Affect Our Country

I recently had the pleasure of attending a speaking event where Judge Walter H. Rice was the guest speaker. He was there to discuss “The Role of the Federal Judiciary…

The History Of Sinclair Regional Centers

It is very common for Sinclair students to pay attention to our main campus, and why wouldn’t they? It is a huge place, with many different opportunities, located in the…

The Journey of An Anti-Apartheid Activist 

‘An evening with Mama Nozipo’ was held in Building 12’s conference center and from the moment I walked in I was hit by an overwhelming sense of community and love.…

Four Ways To Keep The Spirit Of Hispanic Heritage Month Alive Throughout The Year

Hispanic heritage month has come and gone but for those of us hoping to keep the Latin flame burning throughout the year all is not lost. From literature to music,…