As promised, three of today’s altars at the state university erected for the Day of the Dead (Día de los muertos).
An altar to Vlad the Impaler, also known as Dracula, from the history and art clubs. Club members admitted that it was a bit short on Roumanian content. One girl speculated about an impaled head that she had seen somewhere; all agreed that a big spike would have helped.
After all, he was just a hard-working prince holding off the Islamic menace. For more Vlad-ophilia, read The Historian.
An altar to firefighters.
The Catholic student association altar. Off the the left, out of the frame, was a bottled pre-mixed mojito cocktail, which the builders agreed could not be left there overnight. (Apparently La Virgen likes mojitos.) The place is swarming with students after all.