WashU ALAS puts on 25th Annual Carnaval 

For the past several months, Washington University’s Association of Latin American Students (ALAS), has been preparing for its Carnaval celebration. Under two talented directors, a cast of dedicated performers, and the expertise of Edison Theatre’s production crew, the 25th anniversary of this show does not disappoint.

| Staff Writer

There’s no place like home: Carnaval 2019

This past weekend, the Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) hosted Washington University’s 20th annual Carnaval at the Edison Theatre. The show simultaneously shed light on difficult realities facing the Latin American community and celebrated the vibrant, multidimensional Latinx culture. This year’s show was titled “Home.”

Madelyne Quiroz | Contributing Writer

WUSauce workshops: Even for those with two left feet

Founded in 2004, WUSauce aims to introduce the Wash. U. community to the beauty of Latin dance when they aren’t competing in competitions.

Sabrina Spence | Staff Writer

Salsa and spice: behind the scenes with Wash. U.’s WUSauce dance team

Comprised of 14 dancers, ranging from freshmen to seniors, performing a high-energy combination of Latin movements, from sharp turns to hip swings, WUSauce is Washington University’s preeminent salsa dancing club. The group was formed eight years ago, and since then, it has grown in popularity and developed into a diverse collection of students across ages, majors and cultural backgrounds.

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