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USU to hold first Hispanic Read-In

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LOGAN — Following the success of last year's African American and American Indian celebrations of literary heritage, Utah State University will hold its first Hispanic Read-In Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Taggart Student Center Sunburst Lounge.

Organized by department of English associate professor Patricia Gantt and Christine Christensen of USU's Multicultural Student Services, the event will feature works by Hispanic authors read by students, faculty and administrators. Readings will be in both Spanish and English. The event is part of Hispanic Heritage Week.