Hispanic Heritage Month at Stony Brook kicks off on Wednesday, October 2, with the Opening Ceremony in the Student Activities Center, Ballroom A from 12 pm to 1 pm. The Honorable Judge Lizbeth Gonzalez, New York City Civil Court, Bronx, is the keynote speaker. The ceremony is free, and all are welcome to come and enjoy entertainment and food.
This year’s theme, “Take Action to See Change – Tomando Accion Para ver Cambio,” commemorates the 24th anniversary of Stony Brook University’s celebration of Hispanic heritage.
New Latino Cinema: Fact, Fiction and the Imagination, a mini film festival featuring emergent films from Latino directors, will be held on Saturday, October 12, in the Wang Center. The Hispanic Heritage Month Closing and Award Ceremony will be Tuesday, October 29, at 4:30 pm in the Wang Center Zodiac Lobby.
Click here for the complete listing of Hispanic Heritage Month events.