Sep ’11Oct

Hispanic Heritage Month Events

Wednesday, October 12, noon–2 p.m.

Grupo Fantasia, Latin music and culture

Prospect Hall

Grupo Fantasia will give PSU students, faculty, and staff a taste of Latin music and culture. The band will interpret songs from the Caribbean and other parts of Latin America, including Cuban mambos and chachas, Dominican merengues, Puerto Rican salsa, and Colombian cumbias.

For further information please contact Wilson García at

Thursday, October 13, 7–9 p.m.

Screening “Dangerous Living: Coming Out in the Developing World”

Hyde 120

Presenter: Dr. James Whiting

This documentary will explore the lives of gay and lesbian people in non-western cultures. We will learn the heartbreaking and triumphant stories of gays and lesbians in Egypt, Honduras, Kenya, Thailand, and elsewhere, where most occurrences of oppression receive no media coverage at all.

A discussion with refreshments will follow the film. This is a joint event with Queer History Month.

Free and open to the public.

For further information please contact Dr. James Whiting at

September 15 through October 15

Students’ poster presentations

Lamson Library and

September 15 through October 15

Diversity Window display

HUB Bookstore and

Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, President’s Commission on Diversity, Department of Languages and Linguistics, HUB Recreation Programs, Sodexo, Student Activities Office, and Lamson Library.

Sep ’11Oct

"Guy Shorey: Among the White Hills," presented in conjunction with the Museum of the White Mountains.

Guy Shorey was a preeminent photographer in N.H.s North Country in the first half of the 20th Century. This exhibition explores Shorey in his various roles of observer, entrepreneur and artist.

Sep ’11
4:00 pm

Glimpses of Gorham: Images of Guy Shorey Illustrate the Town’s Rich History

by Reuben Rajala, president, Gorham Historical Society

Guy Shorey a young man in turn-of-the-century Gorham N.H., where most people worked in the logging industry or for the burgeoning railroad, became a renowned photographer. Reuben Rajala, president, Gorham Historical Society, will discuss Shorey’s passion for photography, and his affection for his hometown and the White Mountains. This talk accompanies the exhibition Guy Shorey: Among the White Hills, Sept. 20 – Oct. 22 at the Karl Drerup Art Gallery in conjunction with the Museum of the White Mountains.

Boyd Science Center Room 001