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Spanish Department participates in Día de los Muertos parade

Students and faculty from the School of Arts and Sciences posing on their float for the Fort Worth Dia de los Muertos Parade

The Department of Spanish teamed up with representatives from various academic majors within the School of Arts and Sciences and with student groups, including the Bilingual Education Student Association (BESO), the Latinx Student Association and the Texas Wesleyan Honors Program, to take part in the 19th Annual Día de los Muertos Parade. The event was sponsored by Artes de la Rosa Cultural Center for the Arts in partnership with the City of Fort Worth, Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Latino Police Officers Association and Visita Fort Worth. Dr. Ricardo E. Rodriguez, Dean of Arts and Sciences, drove a float emblazoned with a banner that read “Texas Wesleyan University is proud to be a Hispanic-Serving Institution.” Each academic major in the School of Arts and Sciences was represented on the float with a colorful handmade sign.

Following the parade, Dr. Amy Bell represented the School of Arts and Sciences at the day-long Día de los Muertos festival at the Artes de la Rosa Plaza, where she mingled with parade goers and distributed TXWES swag and literature. Zoe Pascual, Bilingual Education EC6 student and owner of Sky Pirates Inflatables, generously offered her services painting the faces of future Rams. Meanwhile, Harold Liles of Cat City Design, set up and manned the custom TXWES cornhole board he made for the event. Thank you to everyone who participated, and we hope you will all join us again next year!  

Dr. Amy Bell and a student pose in costume holding a sign that says Children and their parents pick up Texas Wesleyan merchandise at. table at the Dia de los Muertos festival in Fort Worth  A child plays cornhole with a board featuring the Texas Wesleyan logo at the dia de los muertos festival 
A child gets their face painted at the Texas Wesleyan table at the Dia de los Muertos festival     
Campus clock tower with red flowers
There is no shortage of what you can learn at the School of Arts and Sciences. With more than 20 majors ranging from biochemistry to theatre and many in between you have plenty of possibilities to explore.
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