The National Geographic Society's official geographer Juan Jose Valdes visits McNeese state university this Tuesday as a part of the Banners Cultural Series.



His career spans more than thirty years mapping our world. Valdes was a child refuge from Cuba who recently went back to the island nation to produce the first large format map of Cuba since 1906. The lecture starts at 7 p.m. and will be held in the Bulber Auditorium on the McNeese campus and is free to the public. You can read more on the Banners series here.