A sneak peek into the Day of the Dead celebration

Molly Ford
Writer

The Day of the Dead was celebrated on Nov. 1 in the Vaughan Literature building. Students decorated sugar skulls in the Craft Center with colorful icing on Oct. 30 in preparation.

“I’m from California, so it’s nice to still be a part of the culture while away from home,” Mariah Midyette ’16 said.

The vibrantly designed sugar skulls were presented on an alter set up in Coleman Hall, and Mexican chocolate and Day of the Dead bread was served. The Department of Spanish and members of the Ola club hosted the events.

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