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Three women holding books by Hispanic authors

Photos: Scenes from Hispanic Heritage Month at Yale SOM

From September 15 to October 15, Yale SOM celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a variety of events.

Yale SOM's celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, organized by the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in partnership with student groups, included a variety of events, including a back-to-school social, salsa lessons, a book table, a research presentation from a Yale PhD student, and a tasting of food with Hispanic origins. 

Read more about our celebration.

Two students with a Hispanic Heritage Month sign behind them
Students at a gathering
Students at the Hispanic Heritage Month: Back to School Mixer that kicked off the month on September 14.
A speaker in a classroom
A speaker in a classroom
An audience member listening in a classroom
PhD Monday with Ana Calderón, a PhD candidate in the Yale Department of History.
Students looking at books
Students holding up books by Hispanic authors
A student holding a book by a Hispanic author
The Hispanic Heritage Month Book Table.
Three students in discussion at the front of a classroom
EMBA students at a Panel of Peers event highlighting Hispanic Heritage Month.
A sign showing photos of food for Hispanic Heritage Month
Food being prepared
A woman holding a bowl of food and smiling
A Hispanic Heritage Month Charley’s Place Takeover.