History of SALSA
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Spanish and Latino Student Association, or SALSA, is a Hispanic organization at Kent State that was established in 1990 and is advised by Yvette Mendoza and Kim Kennedy.
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Mendoza said the organization sets a list of objectives to secure the representations of the Latinos and Hispanics at Kent State. Mendoza gave four basic objectives of the organization:
The motto, “Creando unidad y familia dentro de la communidad,” means “Creating unity and family within the community.”
All events are designed to make all students of Hispanic and Latino descent welcomed around campus. The idea is so that students of similar descent can be around each other and socialize together.
Mendoza said there are also four upcoming S.A.L.S.A. events during Hispanic Heritage Month that students should know: