Events

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March

  • Becoming Jim Crow: A Long, Legal History

    The Office of the President of Eugenio María de Hostos is pleased to announce a timely three-part series open to the College campus, the CUNY community, and the College’s external stakeholders titled “Black at Hostos.” The town halls are scheduled for the 2021 Spring Semester. Titled “The Stories We Tell: Race in America,” “Becoming Jim Crow: A Long, Legal History,” and “We Too Sing America: From Experimentation to Participation,” the town halls are scheduled to take place February 17, March 9, and April 14, respectively.
     
  • Veladas Hostosianas | Preparing for the Real World

    Hostos welcomes alumna Lina Cruz for a one-on-one conversation with Idelsa Méndez, Hostos’ Development Manager, on what it means to be part of the Bronx community and striving toward her dreams—from Hostos to The New York Yankees.
  • Velada Hostosiana | Hostos Culture Talk: The Life and Times of Evelina Antonetty

    Join Interim President Daisy Cocco De Filippis in welcoming Hostos Alumni Relations Office and Circle of 100 Founder Dr. Nydia Edgecombe, Hostos Board Member and “Madrina” Elba Cabrera, Activist Anita Antonetty.
  • Educating for Change: Institutional Sexism and Transformation (Part II of IV)

    Acclaimed PBS series “College Behind Bars” comes to Hostos as part of a four-part educational series, “Educating for Change.” 
     

April

  • We Too Sing America: From Experimentation to Participation

    The Office of the President of Eugenio María de Hostos is pleased to announce a timely three-part series open to the College campus, the CUNY community, and the College’s external stakeholders titled “Black at Hostos.” The town halls are scheduled for the 2021 Spring Semester. Titled “The Stories We Tell: Race in America,” “Becoming Jim Crow: A Long, Legal History,” and “We Too Sing America: From Experimentation to Participation,” the town halls are scheduled to take place February 17, March 9, and April 14, respectively.