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Nov 24, 2008

¡Talking Cholula!

Scratch, Tear, Build, Rebuild, and get Dirty: Patricia Cué’s escapade with students into Mexico

“Instant Messaging” was the name of the show that exhibited their capstone project: they own cell phones and use social-networking sites, dubbed themselves the “IM Generation” and me “IM Picante”.

Technology- and brand-savvy, this was a group of twenty design students that traded T-shirts for grapefruits and ate crickets at the market in Cholula, Mexico, during a ten-week-long, full immersion cross-cultural experience.

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