Natalia Carvalho-Pinto, who serves as a Ferris State University recruiting officer, could hardly be more excited about the range of important activities being sponsored as part of 2010 Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration.
Tonight, Sept. 23, the Latin Night Club promises to liven up the Rankin Student Center Dome Room beginning at 7 p.m.
Anyone interested can join the Hispanic Student Organization and others for free Salsa and Merenge dance lessons by an instructor.
Carvalho-Pinto thinks events like this, and all others associated with Hispanic Heritage Month are important for people from all of the backgrounds that make up Ferris' student population.
"All of the Hispanic Heritage month events expose Ferris students to Hispanic culture, history and language through activities in a Latino environment, as well as bring to the campus community discussions on current and significant issues faced by the Hispanic community," she said.