University of Virginia Senior Creates Database of Latinx Student Groups

Nicole Rojas
Apr 24, 2019 - 5:00

A student at the University of Virginia (UVA) is doing her part to preserve and document the history of Hispanic and Latinx student groups at the university. Fourth-year student Natalia Heguaburo launched a historical website to serve as a “living repository” of the histories of those student groups. “It is my hope that this website serves as an ongoing living repository of the histories, successes, and struggles of the many undergraduate Hispanic and Latino organizations at the University of Virginia,” Natalia Heguaburo told The North Star. -->

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