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Today in Hispanic Heritage Month: America Ferrera

The star of TV’s Ugly Betty. America Ferrera was fresh out of high school when her 2002 film Real Women Have Curves won her raves from independent film critics. From there she landed a few small roles in feature films before being chosen for the lead role in Ugly Betty, an ABC television series that

 
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Today in Hispanic Heritage Month: Luis Walter Alvarez

Radio distance and direction indicator—Alvarez was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1968. He helped design a ground-controlled radar system for aircraft landings and with his son developed the meteorite theory of dinosaur extinction. (1978)  Click Here to purchase your copy of “Luis Walter Álvarez (Hispanicamerican Biographies)” by Tina Randall

 
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Today in Hispanic Heritage Month: Alberto R. Gonzales

American government official, b. San Antonio, Tex. After serving in the Air Force (1973–75), he attended the Air Force Academy and graduated from Rice Univ. (B.A., 1979) and Harvard Law School (J.D., 1982). He was in private practice in Texas until he was named general counsel to Texas governor George W. Bush in 1994. Texas

 
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