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UNAM, por México

UNAM, FOR MEXICO Monday, January 30, 2017, 1:57 p.m. Mexico is facing one of the major challenges in its history. From the beginning of his presidential race for the United States of America, Mr. Donald Trump has shown intolerant and discriminatory attitudes, in addition to a profound disregard of international relations, his attitude, openly hostile towards Mexicans, is damaging the interests of our compatriots residing in the U.S. His firsts actions as president go against international law principles and threaten the national sovereignty and the self-determination of the Mexican people. In light of this situation, the National Autonomous University of Mexico makes a call for the unity of

UNAM Los Angeles and Hola México launch call for "Tomorrow’s Filmmakers, Today" at the Con

On Tuesday January 24, 2017, UNAM Los Angeles and the Hola Mexico Film Festival held an information session about Tomorrow’s Filmmakers, Today (TFT) at the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles. The session gathered young filmmakers interested in participating in the second edition of the professional development program for emerging Hispanic filmmakers in Los Angeles. Andrés Webster, Consul of Educational Affairs, welcomed attendees and shared that this activity is part of MXLA2017, the Year of Mexico in Los Angeles. Subsequently, Diana Luna, the TFT Program Director, explained that the program aims to provide the necessary tools to pursue a career in the film industry and that it focu

First Weeks of the TOEFL Group in California

Just two weeks in California and the students of the TOEFL preparation course have already learned and enjoyed as never before. During their classes, they acquire techniques to achieve a higher score in the popular English language test. They practice this knowledge everyday in laboratory simulations. "We had tests to know our current language level. Then, the teachers taught us strategies to improve it," says Karen Sánchez. These practices are complemented by special activities such as speaking sessions and visits to representative sites of LA, where the students have the opportunity to practice the English language in full immersion. "Last Saturday we went to Hollywood, the Griffith Observ

The National Autonomous University of Mexico in Los Angeles Receives Grant Award from California Hum

(LOS ANGELES, CALIF.) — California Humanities has recently announced the 2017 Humanities For All Quick Grant awards. The National Autonomous University of Mexico in Los Angeles has been awarded $4,990 for its project entitled “MXLA2017: Year of Mexico in Los Angeles.” Humanities For All Quick Grant is a competitive grant program of California Humanities. Grants are awarded to projects that give expression to the extraordinary variety of histories and experiences of California’s places and people to ensure that the stories can be shared widely. These narratives help us find our commonalities, appreciate our differences, and learn something new about how to live well together. UNAM-LA will con

The TOEFL Bootcamp in California has started! UNAM Los Angeles and Cal State Northridge Welcome an E

"Make the most of your stay," said Paula de Gortari, UNAM Los Angeles director, to the participants of the TOEFL Workshop organized by UNAM in collaboration with the California State University,Northridge (CSUN) from January 9 to February 3. During four weeks, the students will have the opportunity to learn techniques to improve their score in the international test of English language proficiency, TOEFL, and to experience the vibrant and multicultural City of Los Angeles. The 26 students -the vast majority of whom earned a scholarship- attended with enthusiasm to the orientation sessionheld at Extended University Commons, one of the most modern and well-equipped buildings on campus. During

Reyes Magos reparten ilusión, juguetes y tradición en el Consulado General de México en Los Ángeles

Cientos de niños recibieron con emoción a los Reyes Magos, que recién desempacados de Oriente, llevaron regalos, su tradicional rosca y mucha alegría al Consulado General de México en Los Ángeles la tarde de este 6 de enero. Muñecas, libros, juegos de té, figuritas de acción y otros clásicos concluyeron la velada en las manos de sus nuevos pequeños dueños, nunca cansados de reír, saltar y participar en las actividades organizadas para ellos y sus papás. Niños y adultos tuvieron la oportunidad de tomarse la foto con Melchor, Gaspar y Baltasar, quienes dejaron guardados el oro, el incienso y la mirra por un rato y se tomaron, además de retratos serios, divertidas selfies. Los asistentes tambié

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