David was satisfied when he became a major leaguer. He became the top notch even when he in the minor league. Everyone knew his name. Everyone bought his baseball shirts. He was in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame.
Connor Garcelli is a senior at Chino Hills High School. While at CHHS, Connor participated in football for the Huskies. He played freshmen football but in the middle of that season Connor was asked to play for the varsity team, because they were low on offensive linemen. Connor would earn his varsity letter as freshman. While also being the starting left tackle for the freshmen team who went 9-1 and won the league title. After his freshmen, year Connor worked his way into the starting lineup for the varsity football team. He started at left guard that season and was always in the starting lineup for the rest of his high school career. The next season Connor was the left guard for what many people think is the best offensive line to play at
Latino’s haven’t always had it easy in America, some were luckier than others. Hector Garcia growing up was one of the lucky ones. His parents were educators but their credentials were denied. They resorted to teaching their kids inside the home. The Garcia kids were pushed by their parents to become doctors, so they could have a better future. Hector Garcia graduated from the University of Texas and did his residency in Omaha, Nebraska. Garcia volunteered as a infantry officer during world war two, but was denied to practice medicine while in the army. He was eventually able to serve as a medical corps officer before he was dismissed
In 1891 a boy named Rafael Trujillo was born by a middle aged family in San Cristobal on October 24, 1891. Another thing was that he was one of 11 children and was the third of them all. When he started growing up Trujillo wanted a job so what he decided to do was go and take a job as a Telephone Operator at the age of 16 years after attending a formal elementary school and a private middle school. So after he had his job for a little while Trujillo decided to forge a check from his family bank and because of that he lost his job and also was served time in jail. Also in 1916 Trujillo was known to be in a gang that had also supported him to his criminal ways and was part of the reason that he had forged the check in the first place. After
Ruben Salazar is a Mexican-American journalist who was a mainstream reporter to primary hronicler and supporter of the Chicano movement of the late 1960s. With his first break with the LA Times, when the staff was predominately white and male, he did not seek to correct the society's wrongdoings towards the Mexican Americas. He wanted to simply be a good reporter and not be known as the "Mexican reporter", ultimately wanted to separate his race from his work. And this in turn had him criticized by the Latino community. His identity affected his journalism in a way that put him kind of stuck in the middle of everything. Like when he was asked to come back to LA from the Dominican Republic and Vietnam to write about the Mexican American high
Hello, everyone my name is Gabriel Fuentes and I am a criminal justice major. The reason i am taking this course is that I am very interested with our criminal law system and how it operates With my free time I love to skate, surf and read, my future planes are to become part of the United States Marshall fugitive task force unit.
The term "gaucho" broadly translates into the English word cowboy. They are the cowboys of the South American countries. However, according to an article titled What is a Gaucho? by Rease Kirchner, the author points out that a gaucho is most definitely not the stereotypical cowboy that comes to mind with tight blue jeans, cowboy hats, and country music. A gauchos attire is unique. They are very traditional with their clothing styles, starting with the thick wool poncho worn. Gauchos pants were called 'bombachas' which are described as very strong pure cotton pants; they are made specifically to keep strong while horse riding. Another staple to a gauchos outfit are their wide brimmed hats, or every so often, they wore berets. On their feet,
For twelve years’ students do the same thing over and over again Monday through Friday for nine months out of the year, which is wake up early to go to school, take five to six classes a day, do homework, and take tests. John Gatto has taught for thirty years in many school some good and some bad, and with so many years of experience he’s learned that boredom is everywhere. Many kids where asked why they felt bored and they all pretty much answered the same way saying that the work was dumb and it made no sense or that they already knew about it. According to Gatto,” They said they wanted to be doing something real, not just sitting around. They said teachers didn’t seem to know much about their subject, and clearly weren’t interested in learning
To begin, there are many inspiring Hispanic people we can learn from today. Accordingly Juan Gris are one of many. Juan GrisBorn was borin on March 23, 1887, in Madrid, Spain. He became influenced by the Cubist paintings of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque after moving to Paris and was hailed as one of the movement's leaders during World War I as an painter. Gris later designed costumes and sets for a ballet company before dying unfortunately of renal failure at age 40 José Victoriano Carmelo Carlos González-Pérez was born on March 23, 1887, in Madrid, Spain. After studying at the Escuela de Artes y Manufacturas in Madrid from 1902 to 1904, he went on a career as a professional illustrator under the name Juan Gris. In September 1906, he moved
Juan Gil García born in Madrid Spain in 1876, died in 1932, Habana, Cuba. He moved to Cuba near the end of the 19th century. In the Island he developed, on his canvases, the theme of the national landscape, combined with the fruits and flowers of the country. His painting was the first in Cuba in giving great relevance to the local fruits, expressing, through their opulent and tasty forms, the sensuality and fertility of his adoptive homeland. The Magazine Bohemia, in 1917, dedicated seven front pages to reproduce his artworks Cocos (Coconuts), Anones, Mangos (Mangoes), Zapotes, Naranjas (Oranges), Plátanos (Bananas) and Mameyes. In 1916 and 1917, he exhibited at the Fine Arts Salon, in Havana. It wasn’t until May of 1971 that he was granted
Looking in the mirror the night before, I found myself absolutely terrified and completely devoid of self-confidence. "You can't do this! You don't speak Spanish. What do you know about glasses?" Of course, what an irony, the biggest concern before going on a trip to serve thousands who are in need, is myself. After a good cry, I popped my Malaria pill and got my full 45 minutes of sleep. Being surrounded by other people going on the trip, my father and his coworkers, made it easier to hide the emotion, no one wants to make a scene in public. Alas, after getting off that bus in Chiapa Corzo, the next ten days of my life made me realize something, hard work can not only satisfy my own little soul but if used correctly, it can greatly impact
I’m Maximo de Jesus Diaz Mora and I’m sophomore from Cesar Chavez High School. I’m truly interest in your “Bioscience Leadership Academy”. I’m amazed the way the human body works and how it’s perfectly adapt to this world something currently unmatched in its wonder. The most prestigious gift that we humans beings bestowed upon humanity is the ability to save and change lives. I am passionate about biology and enjoy intellectual challenge it involves. What fascinates me the most about the human body is to how it is constantly overcoming challenge in its battle for survival against upcoming bacteria or viruses. I want to be able to explore the world of human biology and the strive to find out more about what make the human body so special, then