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What does LatinX mean?

Identity labels constantly change because society and identities themselves are in constant flux.  “LatinX” is an inclusive, gender-neutral term that refers to people of Spanish-speaking Latin American descent.  It is meant to replace Latino/a, or Latin@, but is often used interchangeably with “Hispanic” or “Chicana/o” (though Chicana/o refers only to people of Mexican descent, not […]

Banner and campus wifi downtime and maintenance for tonight and tomorrow night, 6/27-6/28

****Wednesday Evening wifi Maintenance*** Tonight beginning at 6:00 PM and lasting roughly 30 minutes, Computing Services will be performing required maintenance on the campus wifi system. ALL wireless networking and Internet service including ASUwifi and ASUguest will be down briefly as we perform this update. ****Thursday Night Maintenance and Banner downtime**** On Thursday beginning at […]

CS Maintenance for tonight, 6/21//18

****Thursday Maintenance*** Tonight beginning at 9:00 PM, Computing Services will be pushing critical security patches and updates to campus PC and MAC computers. When leaving work today, please log out and leave your computer turned on to assist with these installations. Also beginning at 9:00 PM, we will be performing some back-end maintenance activities on […]


The Adams State LatinX * Caucus meets regularly to discuss  issues involving  the LatinX community and acts to promote diversity on campus.**  If you would like to be added to our email list, please contact Mari Centeno at *See the post about what “LatinX” means **See our Mission Statement is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet