Oscar Mireles: I chose to study Sociology in the 1970s at UW-Oshkosh after enrolling in a self-paced "Introduction to Sociology" class taught by Dr. Peter Remender. I was so interested... read more →
by LINDSAY CHRISTIANS | The Capital Times | Jan 16, 2017 | When Araceli Esparza heard a six-year old African-American girl read a poem about her love for Madison, it... read more →
by Joe Vanden Plas | InBusiness | July 2016 | The year’s 15 most influential people in Greater Madison Several members of our 2016 Most Influential class prove that you... read more →
by LISA SPECKHARD | The Capital Times, May 30, 2016 | When Araceli Esparza heard a six-year old African-American girl read a poem about her love for Madison, it made... read more →
by A. David Dahme “I Didn’t Know There Were Latinos in Wisconsin: Three Decades of Hispanic Writing” is a new collection of work that brings together the writers, scholars, poets,... read more →
by Bill Novak The new poet laureate for Madison has a decidedly Latino flavor to his work. Oscar Mireles will be the city’s fifth poet laureate, continuing a tradition started... read more →
Omega School's Executive Director, Oscar Mireles, receives the Distinguished Service Award at the 2009 Madison Metropolitan School District Recognition Awards.
Author Oscar Mireles introduces his third book "I Didn't Know There Were Latinos in Wisconsin. Historian Adela Cedillo discusses the lack of public safety that Mexicans faced for several decades... read more →