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Children's Workshop Held for Day of the Dead

On Nov. 7, the Student Chapter of the National Art Education Association (NAEA) gave a Children’s workshop on Day of the Dead.

Posted on 11/17/2015 7:33:09 PM

More Than 20 Public Ofrendas Made During Day of the Dead

There were many thought provoking themes, such as alcoholism, language annihilation, and suicide prevention. 

Posted on 11/10/2015 7:01:58 PM

Molina Presents on Visiting the Cemetery and Building Altars as Part of Day of the Dead

On Monday, Nov. 2, Hilario Molina from the Department of Sociology presented on visiting the cemetery and building altars in Mexico as part of the Day of the Dead.

Posted on 11/9/2015 1:29:33 AM

O’Donnell Presents on Fair Trade Improving Someone’s Life in a Developing Country

Kate O’Donnell, from Hartwick College, presented on Fair Trade and on Mayan women who form the Cooperative Jolom Mayaetik on November 3, in the Blue Room.

Posted on 11/9/2015 1:01:37 AM

Skeletons in the Oak Grove, Fiesta at the Museum

The Day of the Dead was fiesta time in the Oak Grove and at the IUP Museum on Saturday, October 31.

Posted on 11/5/2015 3:45:23 PM

St. Francis University’s Drumming Ensemble to Perform

Jam with African drum and dance performances by the St. Francis University World Drumming Ensemble, led by music director Jim Donovan and the West African Dance Ensemble, on Monday, November 9, in McVitty Auditorium.

Posted on 11/4/2015 6:31:43 PM

Presentation on “African Heritage in Latin America”

This presentation on Monday, November 9, is a multimedia exploration of how people of African descent arrived in the Americas and had an impact on the cultures of various countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, especially in the areas of music, religion, language, and celebrations.

Posted on 11/4/2015 6:01:21 PM

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