Syracuse University presents its Latinx Hispanic Heritage Month 2022 celebration Thursday, Sept. 15, through Saturday, Oct. 15. Led by Multicultural Affairs, students, faculty and staff have opportunities to learn about the history, culture and contributions of Americans whose ancestry can be traced to over 20 Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America, including Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. Alongside campus partners, celebrations include performances, networking, sporting events and more. Please access the full schedule of events below:
- Sept. 15: Latinx Hispanic Heritage Month Opening Ceremony
- Sept. 16: ONCE UPON A TIME…A Toy Show, Opening at La Casita Cultural Center
- Sept. 23: Café con Leche: What is Latinx?
- Sept. 24: Torneo de Fútbol
- Sept. 26: 305 Cycle: Women of Reggaetón
- Sept. 27: 305 Cycle: Y2K Reggaetón
- Sept. 28: Café con Leche: Celebrating the First-Generation College Student Experience
- Sept. 28: 305 Cycle: Bad Bunny vs. Daddy Yankee
- Sept. 29: 305 Cycle: Fiesta Latina
- Oct. 3: 305 Cycle: Women of Reggaetón
- Oct. 4: Café con Leche: Queer and Latinx
- Oct. 4: 305 Cycle: Y2K Reggaetón
- Oct. 7: Fiesta Latina
- Oct. 13: Latinx Hispanic Heritage Month and Fourth Annual LGBTQ+ History Month Potash Keynote: Paola Ramos
This event was first published on August 29, 2022 and last updated on September 23, 2022.