Tag: Cuba

Upcoming Cuba Program Hosted by the Roukema Center

Photo courtesy of Stewart Cutler, Flickr Travel writer Pico Iyer once said, “For centuries, Cuba’s greatest resource has been its people.” With diplomatic and travel restrictions easing between Cuba and the United States since 2015, many have been heading south – the IMF estimates ten million Americans will visit each […]

Presidential Candidates React to Attack on Brussels

Photo by Rebecca King A terrorist attack at a Belgian airport on Wednesday left at least 30 people dead and over 200 people wounded. The attack involved three explosions that took place at Brussels Airport, gaining worldwide attention, as different countries stood in solidarity with the victims of the attacks. […]

Ramapo Chorale Sings with National Chorale of Cuba

Photo courtesy of Jeremy Watson During winter break the Ramapo College Chorale embarked on a weeklong cruise tour of Cuba, performing on the ship and participating in a performance with the Cuban National Choir in Havana, as well as in Cienfuegos. The tour was put together and run by Dr. Lisa […]

US-Cuba Relations Generate Hope

Photo courtesy of Ricardo Stuckert, Wikimedia Creative Commons The decades long feud between Cuba and America is far from over considering there are still substantial differences between the nations and the ideas that each country’s citizens hold dear. However, after an announcement by President Obama in late 2014, the push to […]