JUCO


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En el amplio mundo maoista colombiano de los anos setenta, la JUPA fue la colectividad que tuvo mayor relevancia en el pais, pues disputo y desplazo a la JUCO del control de la izquierda universitaria, tal y como lo demostraron al hacerse con la representacion estudiantil en universidades como la Nacional de Bogota, la de Antioquia e incluso la Universidad Industrial de Santander (UIS) (47).
And I wonder if Lenore ever looked in the dorm mirror all those years ago and knew she'd be juco stuff forever.
A statement issued by the JUCO on Thursday said Jordan's King Abdullah II had directed to build the health center which is valued at $400,000 to serve more than 25000 people there.
He was named the California juco player of the year.
The reason for this is simple: most JuCo coaches are part-time, which means that they have other jobs and can therefore develop a broader perspective.
No se puede perder de vista la existencia de este Departamento de Historia, ni tampoco su brutal cierre, que se enmarco en el movimiento estudiantil de 1971, promovido por el MOIR (Movimiento Obrero Independiente Revolucionario) y la JUPA (Juventud Patriotica) y, en forma mas tangencial, por la JUCO (Juventud Comunista).
Cana brava (en casi toda la region andina, aunque este nombre tambien le es asignado a Gynerium sagittatum), cana de chipre, cana de popo, cana de Castilla (Bogota), carrizo (Cauca), juco, juinanashu jua (Sibundoy, Putumayo).
En Medellin, por la via de las Juventudes Comunistas, las JUCO, y del Movimiento Independiente Obrero Revolucionario, el MOIR, miles de jovenes de izquierda empezaban a crear el movimiento estudiantil mas fuerte del pais.
29, 2002); E-mail from Cynthia Juco, Assistant Director of Student Affairs, Fordham University School of Law, to Mauricio Espana, Cooper Editor, Fordham Urban Law Journal (Apr.
ANDES (Andean High School Association), ACEU (Colombian Association of University Youth), JUCO (Young Communists of Colombia) and OCLAE (Continental Organization of Caribbean and Latin American Youth) are groups that have actively fought to bring together the very people in Colombia the state and paramilitaries are trying to tear apart.