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Us students discover city’s delights

An exchange program – part of the Obama-era “100,000 Strong in the Americas” initiative – between universities in the Unites States and Mexico is officially underway. 


1,000 Drums to beat in unison

The sixth edition of “Mil Tambores Guadalajara” will shake the fertile soil of archeological site Guachimontones, Saturday and Sunday, June 23-24.

Us consulate takes to the streets

Staff from the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara participated gleefully in the city’s recent pride parade.

Tec, USAID join forces for human rights

A new “memorandum of understanding” between the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and Tec de Monterrey looks to “generate academic opportunities for the professionalization of the work of those who defend human rights, particularly the rights of journalists.”

Bikers bare all

Seismic stations for the detection of earthquake-related activity are being installed around the Guadalajara metro area by University of Guadalajara scientists and the city of Zapopan. 

Zapopan installs seismic monitoring stations

Seismic stations for the detection of earthquake-related activity are being installed around the Guadalajara metro area by University of Guadalajara scientists and the city of Zapopan. 

Gastronomic corridor along Paseo Alcalde announced

Paseo Alcalde, a long pedestrian promenade currently under construction – and under which the Tren Ligero 3 subway line is likewise being built – will double, according to tourism officials, as a “gastronomic corridor” featuring the greatest hits of Jalisco cuisine.