By Taylor Stack, Business Major at Temple University
For the past several years, I’ve been really fascinated by Cuba—partly because of my general interest in Latin American history and culture, but also because it seems as though everyone I speak with… More
Our students will have plenty of unique stories to tell at the end of their semester in Cuba. Not long after their arrival, Hurricane Irma hit the island after carving a path of destruction through the rest of the Carribean. After much discussion with… More
Last March 20th we had the privilege to witness President Obama's visit to Havana. I am so proud to share that one of our students, Florence Rivkin, has published an article about the President's visit in the New York Times. Our students keep on providing… More
President Barack Obama recently concluded a diplomatic visit to Cuba. It was the first visit of a US President in 88 years, the first since the Cuban Revolution.
He arrived in Havana on March 20th under a surprisingly cloudy and rainy sky, accompanied… More
Recently, our students visited the Callejón de Hamel, Havana's high temple of Afro-Cuban culture in Centro Habana's Cayo Hueso neighborhood.
Located near University of Havana's main campus, this art project was started in 1990 by local artist Salvador… More