Dr. Matthew Desing spoke at Concordia College September 21. Photo courtesy for the Concordia College Spanish Department.

Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off with guest speaker

On the evening of Thursday, Sept. 21, visiting professor Dr. Matthew Desing gave a presentation at the first of several events taking place at Concordia College in honor of Hispanic […]

 

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