Category Archives: Translator: Boston College Casa

Recycling Language

In the decades of the ’60s and in the ’70s, leaving the country was a journey with no return, which for many represented losing one’s family forever. Therefore, the goodbyes were more traumatic, overwhelmed with more grief, and fertilized with … Continue reading

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Your Beer Here!

It seems like a silent cry, a clandestine invitation to beer drinking amid signs of drunkenness, not of admiration. The thirsty passer-by — child or adult — cannot easily sample a soft drink or a little bottle of mineral water in Havana when he … Continue reading

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Tempering News, Absorbing Shocks

The case of Angel Carromero Barrios rapidly lost relevance because of the “atmospheric pressure” of the State.  Like a tropical meteorological event, its great intensity dissipated in the mediating and officializing Cuban waters. Many know that in Cuba the State … Continue reading

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XXI

Infinity is but a sleeping eight that will soon awaken. Translated by: Boston College Cuban-American Student Association (BC CASA) October 18 2012

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Genesis of Today

They say that God created the world in six days, but the truth was that to have a palpable vision of his creation, he created a first draft. I don’t know how someone could have let this occur because God … Continue reading

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