Kids’ stuff

J.R. Albarran, 2, swings at a pinata during Dia del Nino festivities at Schreiner University on Wednesday.

 

For Schreiner University sophomore Angie Santos, the Dia del Nino celebration Wednesday was a chance to share some of her background.

“I’m Mexican, and when they decided to do Dia del Nino, I thought, ‘Great, I can relate. I can share something of my own culture.’ It’s not only American traditions; you can incorporate other cultures as well.”

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