Indiana University Latino Cultural Center records, 1968-2003C245

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Finding aid created by: Encoded by Amanda Harlan


Creator Indiana University, Bloomington. Latino Cultural Center.
Title: Indiana University Latino Cultural Center records
Dates: 1935-20161964-2016
Quantity: 8 cubic feet7 boxes and 1 oversized box.
Abstract: The Latino Cultural Center was established at Indiana University in 1973. It is more affectionately known as La Casa. Its purpose was, and continues to be, to achieve through educational and social programs, a greater historical, political and cultural awareness regarding the latinx community. The collection consists of records created by the Latino Cultural Center while under the direction of the Office of Latino Affairs, documents from student organizations, such as Latinos Unidos at Indiana University (LUIU), and other documents realted to the history and interests of the Latino Cultural Center including correspondence, publications, events, annual reports, and subject files.
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Indiana University Archives

Administrative History

In 1971 the Indiana Daily Student published a call for assistance in forming an office that would address the needs of a growing Latino student body. In 1973, after two years of development, the Indiana University administration appointed Horatio Lewis to fill the dual role of assistant dean in the University Division and director of the newly created Office of Latino Affairs (OLA). In November of 1973, Lewis helped to establish the Latino Cultural Center, affectionately known as La Casa, in a house at 410 South Park Street. However, in 1976 La Casa relocated to a larger and more conveniently situated house at 715 East 7th Street, across from the Student Union building. School of Education graduate student, Jorge Wehby, was hired as the first director of La Casa.

By 1977, La Casa had settled into its new location, and Latino students felt it was time to take another step to develop a thriving Latino community at Indiana University. Alianza Latina del Medioeste de America (ALMA), the leading Latino student organization on campus at the time, began lobbying the administration to hire a Latino recruiter and establish a fulltime Latino deanship. As a result of their efforts, Guadalupe Solis was hired for the 1979-1980 school year as the first Latino recruiter at Indiana University and a new fulltime dean, Dr. Hector-Neri Casteñeda, was hired effective August 15, 1978. As part of Dr. Casteñeda duties he oversaw the Office of Latino Affairs and the Latino Cultural Center. In the 1980-1981 academic year, Dr. Casteñeda approved the funding for a major improvement project designed by graduate student Georgia Burgueño. She had La Casa renovated to create a new lounge, T.V. room, library, and tutoring center. Burgueño also worked to establish a Counseling and Academic Advising Program from 1980 until 1986, when she then became the Coordinator for Latino Services for the Office of Latino Affairs.

In 1981, Dean Hector-Neri Casteñeda received an unfavorable administrative review and many complaints from students for failing to be a strong advocate for the Latino community. Casteñeda took a leave of absence and later resigned from his position. Alberto Torchinsky, professor of mathematics, stepped in as acting dean and was later hired for the permanent position. Under Torchinsky's leadership, La Casa was expanded into an umbrella organization for a growing number of Latino student groups. La Casa provided faculty advisors, a meeting place, funding, and full use of the office equipment for clerical activities.

In 1992, Lilian Casillas, a graduate student who served as the Program Assistant to the Office of Latino Affairs, assumed the responsibility of overseeing La Casa. Lillian Casillas held the position from 1992-1998 and returned to La Casa in 2000 to accept the newly created position of director. Under the direction of Casillas, La Casa continued to flourish. As La Casa's presence grew on campus, the general student body became more aware of diversity issues. Yet, at the same time, a climate of racial tension was also burgeoning on campus.

Growing concern led Kenneth R.R. Gros-Louis, Chancellor of Indiana University, Bloomington, to reevaluate minority advocacy programs again in March of 1998. The plan was released on October 1, 1998 and it called for the strengthening of minority advocacy through the consolidation of individual advocacy offices into a unified Office of Multicultural Affairs. This led to the hiring of former OLA Coordinator for Latino Services, Georgia Burgueño, as Latino Advocate in the new Office of Multicultural Affairs, which opened on January 1, 1999. Now, the Office of Multicultural Affairs is referred to as the Office of the Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs for the better part of the last 20 years. Currently, the Latino Cultural Center, La Casa, serves as an advocacy office and program under the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs. La Casa enhances the connection between the students, community, and faculty and staff at Indiana University. La Casa provides programming, support, and opportunities to foster a sense of belonging and pride for the Latino students, while also assisting in their academic, leadership, professional, and social development. Open on a year-round bases, the building includes lounge areas, reading, study, and meeting rooms, a recreation room, offices, and a library. The Current Director of the Latino Cultural Center, La Casa, is Lillian Casillas.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains materials relating to and collected by the Latino Cultural Center (La Casa) staff and students while under the direction of the Office of Latino Affairs and while currently under the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs.

The Administrative series contains three subseries of Office of Latino Affairs, Latinos Unidos of Indiana University, and General Administrative Files. Items within the Office of Latino Affairs subseries pertain to the history of the office and La Casa, as well as, annual reports. Items in the Latino Unidos of Indiana University subseries pertain to both general and executive board members, constitutions, and meeting agendas. Items with in the General Administrative Files subseries contain folders that were instrumental to La Casa and the Office of Latino Affairs development and presence on campus. Such folders include "La Casa Renovation Project", "Proposal for the Consolidation of Minority Offices" and "20/20: A Vision for Achieving Equity and Excellence".

The Association series contains both organizations that are local to the Bloomington community, and student organizations supervised under the umbrella of the Latino Cultural Center.

The Events series contains four subseries of Banquets and Receptions, Conferences and Retreats, Speakers, and General Events. Items in the Banquets and Receptions subseries pertain to events where recognition was given to either students, faculty, or staff. Items in the Conferences and Retreats subseries pertain to conferences and retreats that either happened on Indiana University Bloomington's campus, affiliated campuses, or within the Midwestern region. A conference of notoriety is the Indiana Latino Leadership Conference, spanning from 1998 to 2016. Items in the Speaker subseries contains files on individual guest speakers who came to IU and individuals whom the Latino Cultural Center and the Office of Latino Affairs were trying to bring to campus. Of special note are speakers César Chavez and Henry Cisneros who are known internationally for their activism for the Latino community. The General Events subseries contains a wide variety of events supported by the Latino Cultural Center, Office of Latino Affairs, and The Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs. They range from social and cultural events to leadership workshops and academic events.

The Correspondence series contains exchanges between student organizations and businesses, students, or other campus organizations. This series also contains exchanges with Lillian Casillas, the Director of La Casa, and also correspondence pertaining to the former Office of Latino Affairs.

The Publications series contains many newsletters published by the Office of Latino Affairs, Latino Cultural Center (La Casa), Latino students, Latino organizations, and the greater communities within Bloomington and Indiana.

The Subject Files series contains materials that are directly related to the Latino Cultural Center, and the Indiana University Bloomington community. Such files in this series have documents related to alumni, organization approvals, and documentation and background for project events.

Finally, the General Files series contains materials that are related to research topics and inquires for students of the Latino Culture Center. The majority of the files in this series are related to the essence and curiosity of the students, faculty, and staff that work in or are involved with La Casa.


Arrangement

The collection is organized into seven series: Administration, Associations, Events, Correspondence, Publications, Subject Files, and General Files.


Restrictions

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Related Material

The records of Gamma Phi Omega sorority, confidential student information, photographs, director's subject files, and duplicate materials. CDs, floppy disks, thank you cards

See also the Indiana University Archives Collection C253, the Gamma Phi Omega Sorority records.


Subject Headings

Persons

Chavez, Cesar, 1927-
Cisneros, Henry.

Corporate Bodies

Indiana University, Bloomington --Students --Services for.
Indiana University, Bloomington. Latino Cultural Center --Archives.
Indiana University, Bloomington. Latino Cultural Center --History --Sources.
Indiana University, Bloomington. Latino Cultural Center --Records and correspondence.
Indiana University, Bloomington. Office of Latino Affairs --History --Sources.
Indiana University, Bloomington. Office of Latino Affairs.
Indiana University, Bloomington. Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Indiana University. Latino Cultural Center --Archives.
Indiana University. Latino Cultural Center --History --Sources.
Indiana University. Latino Cultural Center --Records and correspondence.
Indiana University. Latino Cultural Center.
Indiana University. Office of Latino Affairs --History --Sources.
Indiana University. Office of Latino Affairs.

Subjects

Hispanic Americans --Indiana --Bloomington --Periodicals.
Hola (Bloomington, Ind.)
Minority college students --Services for --Indiana --Bloomington.

Administrative Information

Provenance

Transfer; Latino Cultural Center; 2003; Accession 2003/081.

Transfer; Latino Cultural Center; 2019 Accession 2019/067.

Preferred Citation

[Item], Indiana University Latino Cultural Center records, Collection C245, Indiana University Archives, Bloomington.

Acquisition Information

Accessions 2003/081, 7071, 2019/067

Processing Information

Processed by Kate Ball.

Completed in 2004.

Accession 2019/067 processed into the collection inby Mariah Isbell in March 2021.


Table of Contents

Administrative 1974-2010, undated

Associations 1973-2012, undated

Events 1968-2016, undated

Correspondence 1964-2015, undated

Latino community organizations 1979-2003

Publications 1958-2015, undated

Subject Files 1973-2008, undated

General Files 1935-2010, undated1973-2010, undated


Administrative 1974-2010, undated
Scope and Contents
The Administrative series contains three subseries of Office of Latino Affairs, Latinos Unidos of Indiana University, and General Administrative Files. Items within the Office of Latino Affairs subseries pertain to the history of the office and La Casa, as well as, annual reports. Items in the Latino Unidos of Indiana University subseries pertain to both general and executive board members, constitutions, and meeting agendas. Items with in the General Administrative Files subseries contain folders that were instrumental to La Casa and the Office of Latino Affairs development and presence on campus. Such folders include "La Casa Renovation Project", "Proposal for the Consolidation of Minority Offices" and "20/20: A Vision for Achieving Equity and Excellence".
Office of Latino Affairs (OLA) 1974-2006, undated
box 1 OLA History and Reports 1974-1997, undated
box 1 Annual Reports and Budget Forms 1979-2006
Latinos Unidos of Indiana University (LUIU) 1979-2010, undated
box 1 Membership and Recruitment 1979-2010
box 1 Constitutions and Agendas 1979-2010
box 1 General LUIU Files 1982-2010
General Administrative Files 1984-2000, undated
box 1 20/20: A Vision for Achieving Equity and Excellence 1998
box 1 Advisory Board Proposal
box 1 Affirmative Action Report 1984-1985
box 1 Budget and Program Planning 1989-1990
box 1 Building Maintenance for La Casa 1974-2001
box 1 Campus Community Committee 2000
box 1 Computer Literacy Project 1985-1986
box 1 Computers Maintenance 1993-1997, undated
box 1 Disciplinary Procedures
box 1 Diversity Reports 1995-2003, undated
box 1 Emergency Action Plan
box 1 Enrollment Highlights 1996
box 1 Experiences as Latino/a Students 2001-2003, undated
box 1 Groups Report
box 1 Hispanic Summer Enrichment Proposal 1986
box 1 Hispanic Task Force Report
box 1 HIV Prevention Organization for GLBT Latin@s 2002
box 1 Homecoming Incident 1987
box 1 Indiana University Student Association (IUSA) Racial Incident 1993-1994
box 1 La Casa Questionnaire
box 1 La Casa Renovation Project 1995-1997
box 1 Latino Faculty and Staff Council (LFASC) 2001-2012
box 2 Latino Freshman Survey 1982
box 2 Latino Living Learning Center Proposal 1992-1996
box 2 Latino Research and Development Project
box 2 Latino Student Forum 1994
box 2 Latino Studies Proposal 1973, 1997, undated 1973, 1997, undated
box 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Protest 1997
box 2 Minority Services
box 2 Position Analysis Questionnaire 2002
box 2 Proposal for the Consolidation of Minority Offices 1991-1994
box 2 Prospective Faculty 1997-1998
box 2 Report from Incidents Teams 1993
box 2 Students United Against Consolidation (SUAC) 1987-1991
Associations 1973-2012, undated
Scope and Contents
The Association series contains both organizations that are local to the Bloomington community, and student organizations supervised under the umbrella of the Latino Cultural Center.
box 2 Alianza Latina del Medioeste de America (ALMA) 1973-1979, undated
box 2 Gamma Phi Omega 1992-2003, undated
box 2 Hombre Latino
box 2 Idioma 1998-2000, undated
box 2 Indiana State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 2002-2003
box 2 IU Groups Scholars Program 1992-2008, undated
box 2 IU Sing 1997-1998
box 2 Latin and Caribbean Studies 1980-2012
box 2 Latino Alumni Association 2001-2007
box 2 Latino Council 2001-2002
box 2 Latino Dance Group 1997-1998, undated
box 2 Latino Enhancement Cooperative 1995-2008
General
This organization,Latino Enhancement Cooperative, at one time was known as the Latino Enhancement Committee. Documents in the folder will refer to both names throughout.
box 2 Latino Graduate Student Association 1998-2006, undated
box 2 Latino Law Students Association 1977-2003, undated
box 2 Latino Peer Mentor Program 1994
box 2 Mezcla (Little 500 team) 1994-2001
box 2 Omega Delta Phi 1995
box 2 Puerto Rican Student Association 1979-1995, undated
box 2 Sigma Lambda Beta 1987-1996, undated
box 2 Sigma Lambda Gamma 2002-2003, undated
Events 1968-2016, undated
Scope and Contents
The Events series contains four subseries of Banquets and Receptions, Conferences and Retreats, Speakers, and General Events. Items in the Banquets and Receptions subseries pertain to events where recognition was given to either students, faculty, or staff. Items in the Conferences and Retreats subseries pertain to conferences and retreats that either happened on Indiana University Bloomington's campus, affiliated campuses, or within the Midwestern region. A conference of notoriety is the Indiana Latino Leadership Conference, spanning from 1998 to 2016. Items in the Speaker subseries contains files on individual guest speakers who came to IU and individuals whom the Latino Cultural Center and the Office of Latino Affairs were trying to bring to campus. Of special note are speakers César Chavez and Henry Cisneros who are known internationally for their activism for the Latino community. The General Events subseries contains a wide variety of events supported by the Latino Cultural Center, Office of Latino Affairs, and The Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs. They range from social and cultural events to leadership workshops and academic events.
Banquets and receptions 1978-1999
box 2 Latino Graduate Student Reception 1995
box 2 Latino Students Recognition Banquet
box 2 1978
box 2 1979
box 2 1980
box 2 1981
box 2 1982
box 2 1983
box 2 1984
box 2 1985
box 2 1986
box 2 1987
box 2 1988
box 2 1989
box 2 1990
box 2 1991
box 2 1992
box 2 1993
box 2 1994
box 2 1995
box 2 1996
box 3 1997
box 3 1998
box 3 1999
box 3 Office of Latino Affairs and Office of Afro-American Affairs Fall Reception
box 3 1994
box 3 1995
box 3 Office of Latino Affairs Fall Reception
box 3 1994
box 3 1995
box 3 1996
box 3 Reception for Latino Faculty and Staff 1993
box 3 Receptions, miscellaneous 1996-1998
Conferences and Retreats 1980-2016
box 3 Indiana Latino Leadership Conference 1980-2016
box 3 Indiana Latino Collegiate Leadership Conference 2001
box 3 Student Coalition Leadership Summit 2006
box 3 Latino Student Leadership Retreat 1991-2003
box 3 Midwest Conferences for Culture Centers and Multicultural Advocates 2003-2004
box 3 Understanding Asian and Latino Communities 2005
box 3 General Conferences 2000-2014
Speakers 1984-2003, undated
box 3 Agosin, Marjorie 1993
box 3 Alcarez, Lalo 2001
box 3 Alvarad, Elvia 1993
box 3 Alvarado, Linda 1993
box 3 Cuellar, Dr. José "Loco" 1997
box 3 Chavez, César 1987-1994, undated undated
box 3 Cisneros, Henry 1984-1986 undated
box 3 Colon, Emilio 1992
box 3 Crawford, James 1993
box 3 Cuarón, Dr. Alicia V. 1989 undated
box 3 Gonzales, Roberta 1990
box 3 Gonzalez, Rey 1988
box 3 Gutierrez, Sidney M. 1988
box 3 Hernandez, Antonia 1994
box 3 Luna, William undated
box 3 Munoz, Carlos Jr. 1997
box 3 Negrete, Jesus 1992-1993 undated
box 3 Ochoa, Ellen 1990
box 3 Potential Speakers 2001-2003
box 3 Quintano, Alicia 1992-1993
box 3 Rios-Weible, Marisella 1991
box 3 Rodriguez, Luis 1992-1997
box 3 Santiago, Esmeralda undated
box 3 Santos, Miriam 1992-1993
box 3 Villasenor, Victor 1992 undated
General Events 1968-2015,undated
box 3 Black and Brown Get Down 1995
box 3 Dia de la Raza
box 3 1981
box 3 1982
box 3 1983
box 3 Danza Azteca de Anahuac and Gurrufío "Oh! What a Show!" Program 1992
box 3 Fiesta Indianapolis
box 3 1982
box 3 1983
box 3 1984
box 3 1985
box 3 2001
box 3 2002
box 3 Festival Latino 2001-2008, undated
Box 4 Groups 30th year reunion 1998
Box 4 Greek Announcements and Events 2004-2015
Box 8 Greek Announcements and Events Posters 2006-2009, undated (1 oversize)
Box 8 Latin American Music Center Events Posters 2013-2015 (1 oversize)
Box 4 Latino Leadership Workshop I 1982-1983 undated
Box 4 Latino Leadership Workshop II 1983-1984 undated
Box 4 Latino Leadership Workshop III 1985 undated
box 1 Latino Student Leadership Retreat 1991-1992 undated
Box 4 Latino Student Forum 1994
Box 4 Little 500 1995-1996
Box 4 Mariachi de la Flor 2000-2002
Box 4 National Hispanic Heritage Month
Box 4 1984
Box 4 1985
Box 4 1988
Box 4 1989
Box 4 1990
Box 4 1991
Box 4 1992
Box 4 1993
Box 4 1994
Box 4 1995
Box 4 1996
Box 4 1997
Box 4 1998
Box 4 Proclamations 1968-1996
Box 4 2000
Box 4 2001
Box 4 2002
Box 4 2004-2006 2004-2006
Box 4 Office of Latino Affairs Racism Workshop 1989
Box 4 Pan/Amigos Retreat 1987
Box 4 Parent's Weekend 1991-2010
Box 4 Various Events Flyers 1996-2015
Box 8 Various Events Posters 2000-2015, undated (1 oversize)
Correspondence 1964-2015, undated
Scope and Contents
The Correspondence series contains exchanges between student organizations and businesses, students, or other campus organizations. This series also contains exchanges with Lillian Casillas, the Director of La Casa, and also correspondence pertaining to the former Office of Latino Affairs.
Box 5 General Correspondence 1964-2014, undated
Box 5 Latino Enhancement Cooperative 1992-2013, undated
General
This organization,Latino Enhancement Cooperative, at one time was known as the Latino Enhancement Committee. Documents in the folder will refer to both names throughout.
Box 5 Latinos Unidos of Indiana University (LUIU) 1980-2010, undated
Box 5 Lilian Casillas, Director 1989-2015, undated
Box 5 Office of Latino Affairs 1973-2000, undated
Box 5 Thank You Cards/Letters to Latino Culture Center (La Casa) 2001-2014, undated
English, Spanish
Box 5 Thank You Cards/Letters to Lillian Casillas 2004-2015, undated
English, Spanish
Latino community organizations 1979-2003
box 2 Alianza Latina del Medioeste de America (ALMA) 1973-1979 undated
box 2 Gamma Phi Omega 1992-2003 undated
box 2 Hombre Latino undated
box 2 IDIOMA 1998-2000 undated
box 2 Indiana University Latino Alumni Association undated
box 2 IU Sing 1997-1998
box 2 Latino Dance Group 1997-1998 undated
box 2 Latino Enhancement Committee 1995-2001 undated
box 2 Latino Graduate Student Association 1998-2002 undated
box 2 Latino Law Students Association 1977-2003 undated
box 2 Latinos Unidos
box 2 1980-1984
box 2 1984-1989
box 2 1990-1992
box 2 1995-2003
box 2 Constitution 1980-1998
box 2 Mezcla 1994-2001 undated
box 2 Omega Delta Phi 1995
box 2 Puerto Rican Student Association 1979-1995 undated
box 2 Sigma Lambda Beta 1987-1996 undated
Publications 1958-2015, undated
Scope and Contents
The Publications series contains many newsletters published by the Office of Latino Affairs, Latino Cultural Center (La Casa), Latino students, Latino organizations, and the greater communities within Bloomington and Indiana.
Box 5 Associated Press, The 2004, undated
Box 5 Boletin Comunitario 2003-2015
Box 5 Center for the Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) Newsletter 1995-2005
Box 5 Griot Newspaper 1996-1998
Box 5 Herald Times 1985-2009 2000-2009
Box 5 Hispanics and Other Minorities 1984
Box 5 HOLA (Hello! Office of Latino Affairs,)
Box 5 Correspondence 1982-1985
Box 5 Issues
Box 5 1981-1982
Box 5 1982-1983
Box 5 1983-1984
Box 5 1984-1985
Box 5 1985-1986
Box 5 1986-1987
Box 5 Drafts of unpublished articles undated
Box 5 Indiana Daily Student Newspaper Articles 1972-2013, undated
General
For this file, Indiana Daily Student Newspaper Articles, there are seven folders that span two boxes. The first three are listed in box 5 and the other four are listed in box 6
Box 6 Indiana Daily Student Newspaper Articles 1972-2013, undated
General
For this file, Indiana Daily Student Newspaper Articles, there are seven folders that span two boxes. The first three are listed in box 5 and the other four are listed in box 6
Box 6 Journal Articles 2002-2008
Box 6 La Casa News 1991-1995
Box 6 La Voz 1986-1988
Box 6 LA/CA (Latino Affairs/La Casa Newsletter,) 1974-1977
Box 6 Local Newspapers and Articles 1958-2011, undated
Box 6 OLA (Office of Latino Affairs) Newsletter 1977-1982
Box 6 Correspondence 1980-1981 undated
Box 6 Issues 1977-1982
Box 6 Parent Connection 1997
Box 6 Parents Only 1980-1991
Subject Files 1973-2008, undated
Scope and Contents
The Subject Files series contains materials that are directly related to the Latino Cultural Center, and the Indiana University Bloomington community. Such files in this series have documents related to alumni, organization approvals, and documentation and background for project events.
Box 6 1% Tuition Increase Dedication Plan 1994
Box 6 Alumni Profiles and Photos 1973-1982, undated
Box 6 Amigos de Bloomington 2001
Box 6 Completed Biographies of Latino Faculty 1995-1997, undated
Box 6 Dean Michael Gordon Review Committee 1986
Box 6 Día de la Raza CASI Application 1998
Box 6 Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HAUC) 1994-1995
Box 6 Indiana University Business Placement Directory of Recruiters 1994-1996
Box 6 International Center Documents 1984
Box 6 La Cara Latina Project 2001-2002
Box 6 Latin American Music Ensemble 1985-1996
Box 6 Latinas as Mentors 2010
Box 6 Latino Experience at IU Project, The 1990-2003
Box 6 Latino Scholar Award 2000, undated
Box 6 Latino Studies Administrative Documents and Files 2008, undated
Box 6 Luis Padilla Profile 2004
Box 6 Memorandum of Understanding 2007
Box 7 Minority Scholar's Day 1985-1986
Box 7 Proposal for Concert for World Peace: United We Jam! 1999
Box 7 SABER Program 1981, undated undated
Box 7 Student Essays 1996-2004
Box 7 Student Ethics Research 1998, undated undated
box 3 Advisory Board Proposal undated
box 3 Affirmative Action Report 1984-1985
box 3 Annual Reports 1983-1985
box 3 Art Print of Indiana University Campus undated
box 3 Biographies of Latino Faculty 1995-1997 undated
box 3 Budget and Program Planning 1989-1990
box 3 Building Maintenance of La Casa 1974-2001 undated
box 3 Computer Literacy Project 1985-1986 undated
box 3 Computer Maintenance 1993-1997 undated
box 3 Disciplinary Procedures undated
box 3 Emergency Action Plan undated
box 3 Enrollment Highlights 1996
box 3 GROUPS Report undated
box 3 Hispanic Summer Enrichment proposal 1986
box 3 La Casa Questionnaire undated
box 3 La Casa Renovation Project 1995-1997
box 3 Latino Living Learning Center proposal 1992-1996
box 3 Latino Research and Development Project undated
box 3 Latino Studies Program proposal 1973 undated
box 3 Minority Services undated
box 3 Office of Latino Affairs History 1981 undated
box 3 Proposal for the Reorganization of Minority Service Programs 1990-1991
box 3 Prospective Faculty 1997-1998
box 3 Racial Incident Report 1993
box 3 Receipts and Warranties 1985-1997 undated
box 3 Students United Against Consolidations (SUAC) 1987-1991
General Files 1935-2010, undated 1973-2010, undated
Scope and Contents
The General Files series contains materials that are related to research topics and inquires for students of the Latino Culture Center. The majority of the files in this series are related to the essence and curiosity of the students, faculty, and staff that work in or are involved with La Casa.
Box 7 A Gender Experience in Posoltega, Nicaragua 2006
Box 7 African Presence in Mexico, The 2008
Box 7 Annotated Bibliographies on Latino Subjects 1989-1994
Box 7 Associated Migrant Opportunity Service (AMOS), Inc.
Box 7 Brazilian Association at Indiana University Directory 1996-1998
Box 7 Class Syllabi and Materials 1992-2002
Box 7 Coalition of Immokalee Workers 2005
Box 7 College and School Summary Plans 1997
Box 7 Columbia House CD Club Musica Latina 1996-1998
Box 7 Comunidad Latina Survey 1973
Box 7 Directory of Student Organizations 1986-1987
Box 7 East Chicago, Indiana Organizational Documents 1935-1988 1935-1958
Box 7 Famous Latino Quotes
Box 7 Governor Documents 2002
Box 7 Indiana Association for College Admission Counseling (IACAC) Congress 2006
Box 7 Indiana Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs (ICHLA) Report of Findings and Recommendations 2004-2005
Box 7 Immigrant Services Coalition of Indiana (ISCI) 2002
Box 7 Indiana Census Information 1990-1992
Box 7 Indiana Center and Postsecondary Advancement Center 2003
Box 7 Indiana Hispanic Network 1983-1992 undated
Box 7 Indiana State Museum 2000-2001
Box 7 Julio Axel Landon Profile circa 1980s
Box 7 Latino authors undated
Box 7 Latino Domestic Violence Prevention Task Force 2004
Box 7 Latino Leadership Conference Room Placards 2000
Box 7 Nonprofit Corporations 1998 undated
Box 7 Parking 1994-2000
Box 7 Sexual Assault Help Information 1995, undated undated
Box 7 Sociology 335, Race and Ethnic Relations 1998
Box 7 Television Programs with Latino Themes 1986-1988
Box 7 World AIDS Day 1991