Spotlight on our alumni - Elisabeth Alarie
Élisabeth Alarie, a makeup artist who graduated from Inter-Dec College in 2001, has put into practice and perfected her art with the biggest names in the business, both here and in the United States.
Published by LCI Education, August 24th, 2015
For most of us, Cuba brings to mind vacation clichés: sun, beaches and hotels. For others, Cuba is considered one of the bastions of state socialism, forever marked by Fidel Castro's dictatorship and the communist revolution. Nevertheless, given the events of the last several months, the country seems to be on the brink of large-scale economic and political changes that could turn the society upside-down. Accompanied by their teacher, Pierre-Luc Beauchamp, four (4) students from the Social Sciences program at LaSalle College Montréal’s campus sought to better understand Cuban society and its transformations currently under way. Their destination: the city of Havana, where they carried out research on sensitive issues such as economic disparities in Cuba, the role of hip-hop in social change and the impact of prostitution on women's lives.