2022 Hispanic Heritage Month
Kick-Off Celebration & Welcome Reception
September 20th, 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Inspiration Hall, NAH
The 2022 Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off with an exciting evening in Inspiration Hall. After a welcome from President Waded Cruzado, guests will sample food and beverages from a collaboration between Claudia’s Mesa and MSU Executive Chef Jill Flores, enjoy music and watch a Munayki Peruvian Folk Dance.
Panel Discussion: Community and Connection in the Gallatin Valley
October 12th, 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Alumni Lounge, SUB
Join us in October for a lunchtime conversation exploring the issues and challenges facing Hispanics and Latinos in our home, the Gallatin Valley. In the SUB’s Alumni Lounge we welcome four panelists to a conversation moderated by MSU’s Dr. Bridget Kevane, Professor of Latinx Studies:
- Evelyn Paz-Solís, Multilingual/English Learner Program Coordinator for Bozeman Schools
- Dr. Sally Moyce, Assistant Professor; Founder & Director ofProyecto SALUD
- Susie Rodriguez,Executive Director of MIJA Montana Immigrant Justice Alliance
- Vanessa Zamora Moreno,Senior Associate with the MSU Leadership Institute; Founder and Instructor of English Para Todos
Salsa, Soul & Leadership: A Tribute to Hispanic Leadership
October 24th, 7:00 pm
MSU’s Leadership Institute is hosting this culminating event with professional salsa dancing instruction, leadership lessons, a DJ-ed party and social dancing.
Día de los Muertos Altar & Interactive Display
October 27th-November 2nd
SUB Hallway/SUB 221
The Day of the Dead, el Día de los Muertos, is a time to honor and remember those who have departed. It is believed that at this time of year the border between the spirit world and the real world dissolves. The souls of the dead can return to join their living family members in dancing, eating, drinking and music.
Learn about the traditional ofrenda by visiting the display case (outside of the Exit Gallery). Featuring foods, flowers and other symbols to remember the dead and invite them back during this time of the year.
Stop by the table to decorate your flower and add your voice and experience to the display:
- How do you celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month?
- What does celebramos juntos, celebrating together, look like in your culture?
Drop the flower in the box and it may be included on the window.
On November 1st starting at 11:00am, exchange your paper flower for a flower in recognition of your celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
In partnership with ASMSU and OSE.
Partner Programming throughout the month:
- Films at the Procrastinator Theater
- Displays and Resources from the MSU Library
- Culinary adventures in the MSU Dining Halls