Altars honor the death of loved ones

Giselle Ruiz, sophomore legal studies major, admires the Dia de los Muertos altars at the Ludwick Center on Oct. 28. Altars were set up around campus to allow community members to honor their family and friends who have died. / photo by Litsy Tellez
Giselle Ruiz, sophomore legal studies major, admires the Dia de los Muertos altars at the Ludwick Center on Oct. 28. Altars were set up around campus to allow community members to honor their family and friends who have died. / photo by Litsy Tellez
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Litsy Tellez is a junior photography major and a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine.

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