Free shuttle pick-up at 2:45PM Woods/Guadalupe street bus stop in front of Undergraduate Academic Center
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a traditional Hispanic holiday that celebrates the lives of loved ones who have passed away.
This celebration promises to engage the Texas State, San Marcos, and surrounding communities to new experiences that foster multicultural understandings, while preserving culturally significant traditions of Mexico’s version/interpretation of Día de los Muertos.
Historical information about the various aspects of this holiday will be illustrated with free hands-on activities, traditional foods, crafts, and guest speakers/performances.
WHAT: Explore these questions with your fellow bobcats! - A right to privacy in the classroom? - Race-related stories gone viral...why and what does it mean? - Our responsibilities to each other in classroom discussions?
WHERE: LBJSC 3-13.1
Part of the Campus Dialogue Series, "Interrogating Violence: Critical Conversations on the Fire This Time."
If you require accomodations due to a disability in order to participate, please contact Dr. Jeffrey Helgeson at (512) 245-2142 at least 72 hours in advance of the event.