Rachel Pyfrom ’19, Jot Ranu ’18 and Esti Matulewicz ’20 take a selfie in “Las Tres Marias” at the “Radical Women” exhibit in the Hammer Museum. —Jot Ranu ’18
On Friday, November 3, the legendary Tex-Mex singer Selena Quintanilla received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. After waiting in a two-hour line, I was finally able to take a picture with the physical representation of the greatest Latina icons. — María José Solórzano Castro ’20
Rachel Pyfrom views “Objeto ativo (cubo vermelho/branco), Active object (red/white cube),” by Willys de Castro at the Getty Museum
Jot Ranu ’18 observes the “Transpacific Borderlands” exhibit in the Japanese-American National Museum.
The group poses for a quick photo at the Getty Museum
Students take a private guided tour of the Radical Women show with co-curator Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, Hammer Museum
María José Solórzano ’20, Victoria Navarro ’18 and Arianna Brown ’18 stop for a quick lunch break at the Hammer Museum.