Photo of the Week: Creative Cultura

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Caroline Ragland

Senior Elizebeth Daeley works on her project for Wayland Baptist University’s Language and Culture Festival in AP Spanish IV. Students have the option to perform skits, poetry reading, extemporaneous speaking, dance, music, art and songs. Daeley created an alebrije, a mythical spirit guide in Hispanic cultures. “I didn’t want to make a traditional project,” Daeley said. “I wanted to be more fun and creative. I decided to create a dinosaur parrot bunny. I enjoy this class; it’s fun learning about my own culture.”