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Campus Times
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.


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