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Día de Los Muertos ‘is not Mexican Halloween’

Brenda Adame, bilingual education sophomore, and Patricia Ramirez, bilingual education senior, welcome MSU students and guests during the Día de Los Muertos event held by multiple organizations in the Clark Student Center atrium on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017. Photo by Francisco Martinez
November 2, 2017

Colorful tables surrounded the Clark Student Center atrium, while the movie “The Book of Life” played in the background. About 49 people made their way around the stations for Día de Los Muertos,...

Dia de Los Muertos event to celebrate lives of dead Nov. 1

November 1, 2017

In the spirit of celebrating Día de Los Muertos — Day of the Dead — the University Programming Board and Bilingual Education Student Organization will host an event to celebrate the lives of the dead...

Spanish Club ‘more than just learning language’

Selena Moreno (in teal), marketing and spanish junior and president of the Spanish club, addresses the club during their second meeting on Oct. 12 at the Clark Student Center.
October 15, 2017

Room 193 of Clark Student Center was alive with the laughter and chatter of members of the Spanish Club who held their second meeting at 7 p.m. on Oct. 12. A total of 13 of the club's 15 members attended...

Día de los Muertos event celebrates lives of the dead

November 11, 2015

Orange, yellow, red, purple. The colors that are associated with life and joy. But in Mexican tradtition, they are colors used to celebrate the dead. Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is celebrated...

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