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Mission Statement

The Hispanic President's Council (HPC) aims to amplify the diverse voices of the Hispanic/Latinx/a/o community at Texas A&M University and its surrounding areas. To fulfill this mission, the council seeks to promote the awareness of existing Hispanic/Latinx/a/o organizations to the student body; and through serving as a liaison between these organizations and Texas A&M University . HPC additionally seeks to support the greater Hispanic/Latinx/a/o community at Texas A&M University through disseminating resources, advocating on behalf of community concerns, and promoting Hispanic/Latinx/a/o culture at Texas A&M University. 

El objetivo del Consejo de Presidentes Hispanos (HPC) es amplificar las diversas voces de la comunidad Hispana/Latinx/a/o en Texas A&M University y sus alrededores. Para cumplir con esta mision, el consejo busca promover el conocimiento de las organizaciones Hispanas/Latinx/a/o existentes entre el cuerpo estudiantil, y sirviendo como enlace entre estas organizaciones y Texas A&M Univesity. Ademas, HPC busca apoyar a la comunidad Hispana/Latinx/a/o en Texas A&M University a traves de la difusion de recursos, la defensa de las preocupaciones de la comunidad y la promocion de la cultura Hispana/Latinx/a/o en Texas A&M University.

october calendar

Oct. 12 - Zine Making: Compartiendo Cuentos de Esperanza

Texas A&M University Libraries | 6:00 pm • HERE

Celebrate your Hispanic heritage through the creative process of zine making. Reflect on this year's celebrations, share the history of your traditions and cultures, or add your voice to the activist collective.

Contact info: Zackary Chance Medlin

(979)-229-9167

zmedzo@library.tamu.edu


Oct. 14 - The Importance of Mental Health among Latino College Students
LMSA PLUS | 8:30 pm • Zoom
Meeting ID: 914 0729 1756

Passcode: LMSAPLUS2021
Informative talk to bring awareness about the various mental health conditions, such as anxiety and depression, suffered by Latino college students. Several resources around campus, as well as suggestions to improve mental health will be discussed.

Contact info: Maray Valle
(979)-721-0728
mvalle06@tamu.edu


Oct. 16 - Afro-Latinx Festival
MSC Woodson Black Awareness Committee & MSC CAMAC | 2:00 pm • Gates Ballroom (MSC 2400)
Contact info: Melany Pearl
979-458-8716

melany@tamu.edu

Submit your events to be put on our calendar here.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE TEXAS A&M HISPANIC NETWORK: 

https://tamhn.aggienetwork.com/

hpc board applications are open and are due wednesday, october 20th at 5 pm

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