Associate Professor Alicia Garza at Boise State. Garza led the creation of Casita Nepantla, a space for Latino students in the Boise State Student Union Building that will host exhibitions, events and meetings. Garza was also instrumental in creating the first Latino chapter for Boise State alumni.
Associate Professor Alicia Garza at Boise State. Garza led the creation of Casita Nepantla, a space for Latino students in the Boise State Student Union Building that will host exhibitions, events and meetings. Garza was also instrumental in creating the first Latino chapter for Boise State alumni. Statesman file photo
Associate Professor Alicia Garza at Boise State. Garza led the creation of Casita Nepantla, a space for Latino students in the Boise State Student Union Building that will host exhibitions, events and meetings. Garza was also instrumental in creating the first Latino chapter for Boise State alumni. Statesman file photo

It’s official: Bronco Nation gets a Latino alumni chapter

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