Ballet Folklórico de Princeton
A student organization dedicated to performing the traditional folk dances of Mexico. Officially founded in 1991, Ballet Folklórico’s dancing has been a vibrant part of Princeton University since the early 1980s. The current members of Ballet Folklórico seek to enrich Princeton University’s cultural community by spreading an appreciation for Mexico’s unique folk dancing heritage. Website \ YouTube Channel \ E-mail
The mission of Princeton University’s Chicano Caucus is to provide social and academic support to undergraduate students of Latino heritage. Website \ Facebook \ E-mail
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The Latino Graduate Student Association (LGSA) aims to promote the academic, social, and professional well-being of Latino/Hispanic graduate students at Princeton. Website
Latinos Unidos for Networking and Advising (LUNA) is part of the Princeton University Mentoring Program (PUMP), which is designed to enrich and support the lives of diverse students at Princeton through various leadership, mentoring, and group activities. The 2012-13 officers of LUNA are Vicky Quevedo ’15 (email@example.com) and Cuauhtémoc Ocampo ’14 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Association of Latino Princeton Alumni (ALPA) supports Latinos within the Princeton University community through networking, mentoring and mutual support. We advance Latino issues in student life, University affairs, personal and professional development, and outreach/service.