Hispanic heritage month, is a time for cultures to come together, to create an experience for students to learn about Spanish cultures. Multicultural affairs hosts many different events during this month of september 15- october 15 to embrace and educate students of UTA. These different events help the campus come together for students to make new friends and celebrate the wide spread diversity on campus. On Wednesday Oct 25, Multicultural affairs hosted Carnival, a street jam with free admission and tons of giveaways. There were stilt walkers, live entertainment, a DJ, costume characters and lots of games and interactive booths. One thing that they brought back from previous years was the team competitions, each team was made of 6 UTA students. The competitions included soul train dance line, obstacle course and a fan favorite musical chairs. There is a full line up of all events hosted by Multicultural affairs online.
The next event hosted will be Tuesday, Oct. 7
The Dream is Now Documentary Screening
6-8 p.m., UC Rosebud Theater
By: Breanna Fields