Beach Pride Events celebrated Día de los Muertos on Oct. 31 at Long Beach State. Students gathered to commemorate their lost loved ones while eating traditional foods and learning more about the holiday.
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The Department of Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures hosted their annual Day of the Dead celebration near the CSULB University Library, Wednesday.
Artists showcase their pieces of work to celebrate Latin culture and Day of the Dead. The display will be available until Nov. 10.
A hoard of students followed to the College of American Indian Studies director Craig Stone to the burial grounds on campus located on Beach Dr. as one is entering campus from Bellflower Blvd. Students followed Stone to the burial grounds while leaving a path of marigold flowers behind and singing[Read More…]
La Raza Student Association held their annual Dia de los Muertos event on Nov. 8 in the University Student Union ballrooms. The event, which celebrates the lives of loved ones who have passed, consisted of decorated ofrendas, local art vendors, free food and performances from Long Beach State students.
The Southwest Terrace of the University Student Union was filled with students enjoying the musical atmosphere and Mexican food of the Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead festivities hosted by Beach Pride Events last Thursday. Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican holiday that is celebrated[Read More…]
The University Student Union Ballroom was transformed into a space of cultural appreciation and celebration from 5 to 10 p.m. Thursday night for La Raza Student Association’s annual Dia de los Muertos event. The holiday is widely celebrated in Mexico, Central and South America and is meant to honor and[Read More…]
Brightly colored marigolds and Spanish music filled the air for La Raza’s annual Dia De Los Muertos celebration that took place from 5 – 10 p.m. on Thursday in the University Student Union Ballrooms. The night included vendors selling homemade jewelry, clothing and paintings, music and dance performances from both[Read More…]
Día de los Muertos is my favorite holiday to celebrate. My family and I take off to La Placita in Los Angeles. We walk around the ofrendas full of food offerings to departed loved ones and ancestors, take part in the Novenario procession and support small, Latino businesses. For one[Read More…]