The eldest of thirteen children, poet Julia Constanza Burgos Garcia was born in Carolina, Puerto Rico, and grew up in the barrio of Santa Cruz.
She earned a teaching certificate at the University of Puerto Rico, and worked as a teacher at the Barrio Cedro Arriba in Naranjito before moving to New York, where she worked as a journalist, and then Cuba, where she pursued further studies at the University of Havana.
Her honors include awards from the Institute of Puerto Rican Literature and an honorary doctorate from the University of Puerto Rico.
De Burgos died in Harlem, and her body was returned to Puerto Rico, and is buried in the municipal cemetery at Carolina.
Using the Features of the MCLA E-Campus – First Class System Whether you are sending a message to someone else’s personal mailbox in the E-Campus system, posting to a public conference, or sending a message to someone outside the system using an email address, you are using the same function: First Class mail (email). Tip: The E-Campus system uses real names for all users inside the system.
Addressing Messages to User Mailboxes or Public Conferences · To address the message, In the To: and CC: (Carbon Copy) fields, enter individual’s name or address, or a list of names in the fields. (The “CC” field functions in the same way as the “To” field, each person in either field receives the same copy of the message.) You do not need to know the "email address" of others who are on the same system.
The date and time will appear on the message once it has been sent.
Tip: If you open a conference to which you want to send a message and you have access to post, the message item will be pre-addressed to that particular conference.
A red flag next to a message means that a new message has arrived and is unread, while a white flag indicates that the message has been created but not yet sent.
You may also notice a tiny document or paperclip icon indicating that an attached file was sent or received with a message. A new window will open which has two sections, the top shows the message header information (From, Subject, To and CC) and the bottom contains the message body or text.
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