Diana V

Academic Area:
Latin American and Caribbean Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

Hometown:
Banning, California (Southern California)

Undergraduate Institution:
University of San Diego

Research Interests:
Undocumented Students, English Language Learners, Mexican Indigenous Students

The Best Thing About Being a Graduate Student at IUB:
The immense support you receive from your professors and peers.

Insider tip about living in Bloomington:
There is Salsa dancing every Saturday at Serendipity and every other Thursday at the Lodge, the room located above Subway in the downtown area.

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Recent Posts

Lets take the time to be Thankful (Xicanita on the Move)

Thanksgiving has just passed an I hope all of you were able to stuff yourselves with delicious food and spend some time with family and friends. It is during this time in which I begin to reflect upon all the things I am grateful for. As I have mentioned in previous blogs, being in grad school has been one of the toughest experiences in my life: I am 2,000 miles away from my family and loved ones and I have had to quickly grow up in a spiritual, academic, and financial matter of the course of a year and a half. And of course…you always experience pain whenever you grow… But despite all of this Continue reading

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