October 31, 1997
photo by Summer Herndon
Junior Alexandra Hernandez adds some incense on an altar for the Day
of the Dead observance. Elena Cardeña, Catholic Campus Minister,
participated with the Latino Student Forum in a Day of the Dead ceremony
Tuesday night. The ceremony traditionally takes place on Nov. 2 throughout
Mexico, especially in the state of Michoacan where it is very common. The
event corresponds with All Souls Day and is "a way to remember the
dead," said Cardeña. The ceremony consists of sharing stories
and prayers in memory of loved ones who have died.
A profile of the 1997 Homecoming Court.
Full-time undergraduates who need financial assistance can now turn
to the Office of Student Affairs.
The ongoing archaeological dig in Sneaky Park has generated interest
among the public and local educators, prompting expansion of the site.
Phi Sigma Sigma's second annual Rock-a-thon raises money for kidney
Members of the Behavioral Science Club visit the La Gloria orphanage
New program from the Office of Admissions reaches out to potential students.
A photographic look at the week of events leading up to Homecoming 1997.
Diversified major seminars, ASF Lip Sync, blood drive, Prism deadline