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The Oak Leaf

A student-operated publication at Santa Rosa Junior College.

The Oak Leaf

A student-operated publication at Santa Rosa Junior College.

The Oak Leaf

Students, faculty, community members stun at SRJC’s Latinx Carpa

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Bryan Fructuoso
The crowd erupted in cheers and excitement for students, colleagues and community members who showcased their skills at Santa Rosa Junior College’s Latinx Carpa on Friday, Oct. 13, 2023.

To honor and celebrate talent, heritage and culture, Santa Rosa Junior College’s Latinx Faculty and Staff Association (LFSA) organized Latinx Carpa, where students, faculty and community members showcased their diverse talents on Oct. 13 at Burbank Auditorium. Talents ranged from singing and dancing to a mesmerizing spin-top performance. 

ESL Moves, a club created to provide support to SRJC Roseland campus students, sold cotton candy, sweet bread, rice pudding and raffle tickets for various prizes. The Asian and Pacific American Student Success club (APASS) also sold snacks and fundraised at the event. 

The Latinx Carpa is a part of the Herencia Series, which aims to teach and promote Indigenous and Latinx cultures to students at SRJC.

 

 

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Bryan Fructuoso
Bryan Fructuoso, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Bryan Fructuoso-Zurita (He/Him/Él) is in his third semester at The Oak Leaf. He enjoys meeting new people and listening to their stories because everyone has one to tell. His passion lies in covering individuals and amplifying their stories, particularly on underrepresented groups on campus and Latinx stories. To pursue his passion further, he is working towards obtaining an associate of science degree in both digital journalism and digital filmmaking. Bryan's ultimate dream is to create your favorite television series or film one day.
Rosemary Cromwell
Rosemary Cromwell, Reporter
(they/she) First year reporter with the Oak Leaf, but not new to the Journalism field. Working towards transferring to a 4 year university by next fall to major in Journalism.

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