Smith and Tucker to speak about Cuba Tuesday
April 13, 2018
Chadron State College students and Dr. Thomas Smith pose for a photo on the main steps of the University of Havana near its Alma Mater statue while studying the island nation of Cuba in early January 2017. Front row, left to right, Jordyn Hulinsky, Smith, Stephanie Steele, William Rowley, and Kira Fish. Second row, Todd Roenfeldt, Terrie Wood, Kayla Fredrich, Kirsten Hall, Andrea Rising (Jaggers), James Kroupa. Back row, Cuba Libre tour guide Phil Alldritt, Joel Milos, Megan McLean, MacKenzie Carroll, and Robin Moore. (Photo by Jordyn Hulinsky/The Eagle)
CHADRON–The Spring 2018 Graves Lecture Series will conclude Tuesday with a presentation by Dr. T. Smith and Dr. Deane Tucker. The presentation begins at 7 p.m. in the Sandoz Center Atrium and is free and open to the public.
Smith and Tucker, who have led CSC student groups to Cuba, will lead a discussion about the challenges Cuba has faced since the 1959 revolution, including the recent death of Fidel Castro. During the lecture, Smith and Tucker will analyze some of the changes and continuities that have occurred since the revolution. They will also reference the present conditions as well as possible future paths. The title of their talk is “Cuba: Change and Continuity.”
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From left, Chadron State College students Neyva Flores, Tricia Mitnik, Katrina Hurley and Broc Anderson participate in a panel discussion Jan. 29, 2015, at the Bean Broker. Dr. T. Smith, right, leads the discussion with Dr. Deane Ticker, not pictured. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College)
CSC students and faculty in the Cuba Libré course prepare to travel to Cuba in December 2014. The course satisfies the Essential Studies Program's 'six-hour capstone requirement. Front row, from left, Katrina Hurley, Tricia Lahoma Mitnik, Neyva Flores, Rachel Camargo and Gary Mills. Back row, from left, Dr. T. Smith, Broc Anderson, Kirby Krogman, Andrew Harper, Dillon Spies and Dr. Thomas Deanne Tucker. Not pictured, Troy Meuret of North Platte, Nebraska. (Miranda Wieczorek /Chadron State College)