Holiday Edition Altar of OCSA’s elite Spanish academic group, Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica. Pictures of family members, sugar skulls, marigold bunches and devotional candles adorn the traditional table display that honors family members, deceased and living. SHH’s School Spirits... Denver Dance-Off Dani Cervantes Staff Writer On Nov. 1, Sociedad Hono- Jack Murphy While OCSA is home to Staff Writer talented young artists from raria Hispánica (SHH) and Visual Arts students braved across Southern California, the rain and cold to show their appreciation there are art schools across the world that of loved ones and artists on Main St. during the provide similar art instruction. annual Noche de Altares (Night of the Altars). In October, more than 100 students and In the Latino culture, it is believed that during staff traveled to the cont’d on pg. 8 Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), the Denver School of spirits of loved ones come back from the dead to rejoice. Scores of altars lined Main St. where residents -Old Teachers, New Paths pg. 3 of Santa Ana came out to celebrate, show -OCSA’s Calorie Count pg. 6 their creativity, and appreciate their loved -Halloween Contest Results pg.11 ones—both past and present. There was also -Diversity on Campus pg. 12 plenty of festivity and food despite the wet -Chorus Line Review pg. 16 weather, candle wax, cont’d on pg. 9 and burnt fingers. -And more... Highlights