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Campus Times
September 19, 1997


photo by Ryan Sones

Guest speaker Tomas Benitez, director of Self Help Graphics, lectured on the work and techniques of Latino artists to begin the festivities for Mexican Independence Day. Speaking in the Cabaret Theatre, Benitez was brought to ULV by the Latino Student Forum. Lunch was provided in the Quad for students and faculty after the speech.


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