Mexican Shout Scheduled for Thursday

Southwestern’s modern languages department is hosting “Mexican Shout,” the second annual celebration of the independence of Latin American countries this Thursday. According to coordinator Roberto Valencia, assistant professor of modern languages, the event will feature authentic folkloric music and international food.

“Mexican Shout” is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. in Evans Hall Auditorium. International students, or those who were born, raised or identify with a Latin American country are invited to dress in their national or typical attire. Tickets for the celebration are $3 and are available from Silvia Collins in administration. For more information, call Roberto Valencia at (817) 202-6278.

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