Celebration with a cause

The Latino Student Alliance held its annual Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) event on Friday at Ivy Tech Community College in Elkhart County. The event raised funds for the group’s Dream Catcher scholarship while also celebrating the Mexican holiday.

GOSHEN — The memory of Adolfo Rodriguez still remains as vivid as ever for the Latino Student Alliance.

“We know that he’s following our progress, and he’s present in all we do,” said Radi Buenrostro-Magallon, former Latino Student Alliance president. “Working on this scholarship keeps his memory alive, and it reminds us each and every day why we started LSA in the first place and why we do what we do.”

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