A student draws art for the Spanish program’s Dia de los Muertos celebration Oct. 31 in the Coles Building.
Christine Reiser Robbins talks to the audience about two local folk saints Don Pedrito Jaramillo and Niño Fidencio, who people pray to in times of healing.
Hispanic Heritage Month continues until Oct. 15. Have fun with our homemade lotería card.
Photo editor Charlie Blalock traveled to El Paso with other students from TAMUCC and TAMUK to cover a protest and concert. Judy Greenspan (right) from Oakland California takes part in the El Paso Firme march against white supremacy on Sept. 7 in El Paso.
Hispanic culture, food and art is celebrated in the United States every year between mid-September to mid-October. In Fall 2017, Hispanics made up 67 percent of the Del Mar students, according to enrollment records. The campus participates in the celebration with speakers, art and movies. Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes the achievements and contributions of Hispanic …