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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion


The Latinos Unidos and Spanish Honors Society clubs hosted an on-campus experience of Las Posadas, the traditional religious festival celebrated in Mexico, Latin America, Cuba and Spain, as well as by the Latino community in the U.S. Students were invited at lunch to three stations - one in each building - to sample traditional food and drink and learn more about the origins and cultural relevance of this celebration. A visit to each station earned them a stamp and those with three stamps were rewarded with candy and a swing at the piñata inside GD Tradition Hall.

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