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Students celebrate Día De Los Muertos

The All State | Markayla Bedford While children and adults celebrated Halloween by trick-or-treating, another cultural event took place: Día De Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico during the month of November. In honor of this tradition, the Hispanic Cultural Center student staff ...

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‘Hot Topic’ teaches legal safety during police stops

Ever been pulled over and questioned on what rights you have when pulled over? The African American Cultural Center held an event called “Hot Topic” on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. Representatives from the Nontraditional Student Center, Military Student Center, Fraternity and Sorority Affairs and the Hispanic Cultural Center ...

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Hispanic Cultural Center brings Latin exposure to APSU

WILLIAM HAYES | CONTRIBUTING WRITER Next to English, Spanish is one of the most world-renowned languages there is, and is often a common dialect within the U.S. However, for many Americans, the culture that lies within the Hispanic community is often dense, as many tend to visualize only the likes ...

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Hispanic Cultural Center reflects on American society

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, APSU’s Hispanic Cultural Center is hosting a series of events celebrating the various aspects of Hispanic culture. On Thursday, Sept. 21, one such event was a discussion panel called “Being Hispanic in America.” The panel consisted of three students involved with the cultural ...

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‘Tres Vidas’ honors hispanic women

APSU students heard the voice of a disgruntled Frida Kahlo call out for estranged spouse Diego Rivera in the Clement Auditorium on Thursday, March 26. Soon after, students viewed a representation of anguished Salvadoran peasant Rufina Amaya recount the tale of a village massacre and watched as Argentine poet and ...

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