Last week, LHIPsters celebrated Latino Conservation Week, and for the San Juan National Historic Site it was the first one ever and hopefully, the beginning of a series of events that could take place in the future to bring more people to the park.
Local Puerto Ricans usually skip San Cristóbal Castle when visiting the park, and instead they go … Read more
“We never travel to the past, the buildings take us there…”
-Arleen Pabón, Architectural Historian
It’s been almost a month since I started my internship at San Juan National Historic site and it’s been a process full of discovery and learning. I have been working on simultaneous projects at a time, but I will talk about those in a later … Read more
When I received the news that I had been selected as the new Digital Media Intern at the San Juan National Historic Site, I couldn’t believe it. I already have been a LHIP intern last year and I thought I would not have a chance to intern again, but I was wrong. I really enjoyed my experience last year working … Read more
It is the first time I will be out of my country for more than 2 weeks. Living in a tropical island makes you attach yourself to certain features, faces, flavors and senses you don’t get in the north. Although Puerto Rico is a territory of the U.S. (an interesting topic to discuss apart), we are our own mixture of … Read more