Author Archives: Carmen San Diego

Caguana

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Caguana

On Jan. 20, 2021 Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were sworn in as President and Vice President of the United States of America. Former Senator Harris is now the first woman in a presidential seat in the history of the United States, and the first woman of color in a presidential seat. Madame Vice President

Caguana

        The following is a detailed account of events that occurred throughout Fall Term and have seemingly continued into the very early beginnings of Winter Term. These events are violations of COVID-19 safety protocols implemented by Lawrence University. The individual that has brought this to the attention of the writer will remain

Finding Caguana

    Knowledge is powerful. How you choose to share that knowledge and apply it is even more powerful. Writing is powerful. Words on paper, scribbled by pens, pencils and other writing utensils, is a method to hold emotions, stories and shared history. Stories, novels and poetry.        The words used to construct

Finding Caguana

             I realized that last week I didn’t talk about what finding Caguana means, is or will evolve into — I hope. Allow me to give you an introduction; while traveling the world and temporarily borrowing the worlds’ priceless and most bewitching artistic pieces, I found myself on the shores

Finding Caguana

    Our history, stories and ancestral knowledge have been protected and preserved through a variety of artistic and creative methods of expression. These methods of preserving all that is divine, enchanting and spellbindingly wonderful are increasingly relied on in times of trouble. Throughout human history, there have been countless tragedies, wars, famines and plagues,

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