National Taco Day

Tacos are one of the most popular foods in the United States. How popular? A recent Harris Poll asked people which food they would want to eat for the rest of their lives. And you guessed it—tacos made it into the Top 5 (#4, after pizza, steak, and burgers).

No one can say for certain when and where tacos originated but we know that they looked and tasted a bit different from the tacos we know and love today. As early as the 1880s tacos were being sold out of carts by Mexican immigrants who arrived in the southwestern United States and were devoured by Americans who were interested in the new spices and tastes. By 1920, the recipes were adapted to appeal more to the American palate with ingredients like ground beef, chicken and cheddar cheese.

Join Western Campus' Student Engagement as we celebrate National Taco Day on Oct. 4! Be one of the first 50 students to stop by the Lower Galleria to build your own taco, check out The Pantry and maybe win some taco-themed prizes!

Tuesday, October 4 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Western Campus, Lower Galleria
11000 Pleasant Valley Rd., Parma, OH 44130

Event Type

Special Events, Campus Events, Western, Student Engagement, Multicultural, The Pantry, Campus Activities Board

Target Audience

Students, Veterans, International Students

Cost

Event is free for currently enrolled, non-employee, students- be sure to bring your STOMP card!

Contact Information

Jennifer Kubala

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