Join the Mexican Society on an evening of technology and politics!
By Paola Schietekat If you ever lived in the US, and most recently, in a European country, you may have heard of 5 de Mayo: an excuse, poorly disguised by the remembrance of the Battle of Puebla in Mexico, to do tequila shots, often sporting a sombrero, a fake mustache, and often even a poncho. … Continue reading Happy 5 de Mayo?
Continuing with our yearly tradition, the Oxford Mexican Society set up a Day of the Dead Altar, kindly hosted by the Ashmolean Museum this year. This year's altar is dedicated to some famous Mexicans who have become LGBT+ icons: Juan Gabriel, Chavela Vargas, Carlos Monsiváis and Frida Kahlo. Thanks to the Ashmolean Museum for hosting us in parallel … Continue reading Day of the dead altar
We would like to thank all the people who joined us at the Freshers' Day of the Dead welcome dinner.We enjoyed Mexican food, drink and culture, and we hope you had lots of fun and we hope to see you in our next events.Remember we will be showcasing a Day of the Dead altar at … Continue reading Welcome dinner
Thank you to all who came to the Fresher's Drinks this Wednesday! We are happy to see so many new Mexicans (by nationality or by heart) joining Oxford this year. Just a small reminder to all people interested in joining the new MexSoc committee. Please send your nomination to oxford[dot]mexsoc[at]gmail[dot]com before Saturday noon. Nominations should … Continue reading Fresher’s welcome drinks
And we won! Thanks everyone for joining us in our screening of the Mexico vs Germany world cup match!
With a new committee now elected, the leaving team just put together a report with a summary of all the events organised this year. Thanks to everyone that collaborated, and we hope to keep seeing you in our events! final_report_mexsoc_webDownload