Joe Sampson / Miami University

On the heels of the U.S. re-opening its embassy in Cuba, Miami University is planning a  journalism study abroad program there.

A group of professors and students from Mount St. Joseph University visited Cuba for an educational and cultural trip last month. 

President Obama'’s call to end the Cuban embargo and allow freer access to the country by Americans continues to stir heated debate. But for years, U.S. citizens have been traveling to Cuba to explore its culture. 

Cuba and America: After The Thaw

Feb 18, 2015

Thursday, March 12 at 7:00 pm
Anchored by Maria Hinojosa

From America Abroad: President Obama's announcement to begin normalizing relations with Cuba marks the most significant change in US policy toward the island nation in a half century.  But as America looks to make it easier to travel to the country and establish more economic ties, what does that mean for the average Cuban or Cuban American?

A discussion of music and the arts in Cuba

Oct 12, 2013

Len Sternberg has led four trips of WGUC listeners on tours of Cuba, so he joins musician Ron Esposito to talk about the importance Fidel Castro puts on arts and culture, how the government helps fund the production of CD’s, and the abundance of music in every Cuban village and town.