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Sugar molds in the shape of
skulls, a bottle of Soho soda, and a
letter addressed to "Grandma
Carmien" are a few of the items
that have transformed the American
Culture Office into a shrine for the
dead.
Yesterday and today are, accord-
ing to Mexican tradition, designated
the "Days of the Dead" - a time to
honor one's deceased friends and rel-
atives.
In recognition of the tradition,
Prof. Sandra Cisneros' American
Culture class, which explores is-
sues related to women of Mexican
ancestry, has constructed an altar
and placed on it items to remember
their friends and relatives.
"The custom dates back to pre-
Columbian times and was all but
abandoned on this side of the border
until contemporary Chicano artists
reclaimed the image of the dead as a
way to convey ideas," Cisneros
said.
In Mexico, altars are dedicated in
homes and cemeteries, and might
include photos of the deceased, per-
sonal items, religious icons, or fa-
vorite foods.
Though the Days of the Dead
celebration occurs shortly after Hal-
loween, the festivities do not carry-
the gruesome tone that the Ameri-
can holiday does.
"The Days of the Dead is almost
a play and acknowledgement of
death..." Cisneros explained. "It's
different than the American con-
text."
"The students' response has been
really positive," said Linda Eggert,
administrative assistant for the Pro-
gram of American Culture. "They
think it's nice to have something
tangible like this that brings the
culture to life, as opposed to just

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Students in the American Culture class erected an altar honoring the
"Day of the Dead", a traditional Mexican holiday. Students can visit the
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talking about it."
Cisneros said her class has used
the altar to make a political state-
ment.
"For one thing, we departed
from the traditional space of home
and placed the altar in public. We
also dedicated it to our women

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ancestors - both spiritual and
blood - who have inspired us to,
reinvent ourselves, since the course
is focusing on women," Cisneros
said.
Instead of being built by a fam-
ily, "the altar was a collective effort
of the class," she added.

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one's environment, and we all need
to come together to save it."
Shereen Rothman, a Rackham
graduate student in environmental
education, urged students to extend
their education beyond the class-
room.
"It is easy to recycle a few cans
and be done with it," Romero said.
Displays on topics such as inte-
grated waste management illustrated
current dangers to the environment.
Through songs, cheers, speakers
and a skit, Unity Day organizers en-
couraged the campus to take a more
active role in the preservation of the
planet.
"We are trying to create an open
forum, an atmosphere in which any-
one can show up and take action,"
said LSA senior Elissa Kirby, a
member of Recycle U-M.
One student used the occasion to
orient himself to the environmental
community at the University.
"I'm trying to get a feel for
which environmentalist group I want
to join," said LSA sophomore Matt

LeSag.
Many students said they would do
more to recycle but wished recycling
facilities were more readily available.
"Of course it is up to the individ.
ual. But the campus could makeit
easier for everyone to get involved,
not just those who are already con-
sciously aware of the importance of
recycling," said LSA sophomore
Melanie Hatz.
The University is in the process
of designing and implementing; a
program that would make recycling
easier for students, said Buck Marks,
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Marks said his office is working
with a grant that will affect 50 cain-
pus buildings.
In addition to the recyling bias
and awareness programs already imp-
plemented in the residence halls,
Marks said the University-wide pro-
gram will provide recycling contain-
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