Looking Back at Hispanic Heritage Month – Purdue University Northwest

October 17, 2022
Thank you to everyone who joined our annual celebration of U.S. Hispanic and Latinx communities!
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Come along as we celebrate the diversity and richness of the Hispanic/Latinx community. Free food, live entertainment and family-friendly activities were offered to make this year’s Hispanic Heritage Festival the best one yet.
Come along as we celebrate the diversity and richness of the Hispanic/Latinx community. Free food, live entertainment and family-friendly activities were offered to make this year’s Hispanic Heritage Festival the best one yet.
A variety of local vendors were set up at this year’s Hispanic Heritage Festival.
Our students joined in on the celebration both as attendees and volunteers!
PNW was well represented in the Hispanic Heritage Parade, which took place before the Festival kicked off.
PNW’s Hispanic Heritage Festival welcomed everyone – even some pups!
PNW’s Baja team made a pit stop at the Hispanic Hertiage Festival to show off their car.
The PNW Spanish Club invited students to bring their friends and family and immerse themselves in the Mexican culture during the Mexican Independence Day Festival.
The PNW Spanish Club invited students to bring their friends and family and immerse themselves in the Mexican culture during the Mexican Independence Day Festival.
The PNW Spanish Club invited students to bring their friends and family and immerse themselves in the Mexican culture during the Mexican Independence Day Festival.
Student Life hosted journalist and comedian Ana Belaval from “Around Town” on WGN Morning News. A four-time Emmy Award Winner and Puerto Rico native, Ana previews notable attractions, people and activities with a dose of improv in her signature funny and fluent style.
Student Life hosted journalist and comedian Ana Belaval from “Around Town” on WGN Morning News. A four-time Emmy Award Winner and Puerto Rico native, Ana previews notable attractions, people and activities with a dose of improv in her signature funny and fluent style.
PNW spent an evening learning about the legendary Queen of Salsa, Celia Cruz. Performed by local Salsa singer, Sylvia Lopez.
Anything for Selenas offered a night of crafting, pizza and cumbia Selena style. Students could design their own Selena hat until no me queda más glitter and rhinestones.
Attendees of the Anything for Selenas event had plenty of photo booth opportunities.
Part of PNW’s Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration.
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