Photo of the day: Filling up on the ‘good stuff’

By Allie Tiller, Staff Photographer

SIU students grab candy from a pile to put in pinatas they made at the Student Center Craft Shop during day two of the pinata event for Hispanic Latino Heritage Month, Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. “You fill [the pinata] with good stuff because that’s things that you want in life,” Celeste Orozco, a junior studying forestry, said. “It is normally hung because it is supposed to be up in the sky, like the heavens, so you’re looking up and it’s about faith. So, just keep going and eventually when you break through all the barriers, good things will come of it and that is the candy part of it.” (Allie Tiller | @allietiller_de)

SIU students grab candy from a pile to put in pinatas they made at the Student Center Craft Shop during day two of the pinata event for Hispanic Latino Heritage Month, Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. “You fill [the pinata] with good stuff because that’s things that you want in life,” Celeste Orozco, a junior studying forestry, said. “It is normally hung because it is supposed to be up in the sky, like the heavens, so you’re looking up and it’s about faith,” Orozco said. “So, just keep going and eventually when you break through all the barriers, good things will come of it and that is the candy part of it.” (Allie Tiller | @allietiller_de)

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