"Remember the 43 Students" Installation Sites

WHO ARE THE 43?
Holland Centennial Commons (HCC), second floor--location 1 on map

AYOTZINAPA STUDENTS PART OF A RURAL COLLEGE TRADITION IN MEXICO
Gardner Student Center (GARDNR), first floor--location 2 on map

WHY WERE THE STUDENTS TARGETS OF VIOLENCE?
International Students Office in Student Activity Center (SAC)--location 3 on map

"LOS DESAPARECIDOS"
Human Performance Center (HPC), first floor--location 4 on map

¡VIVOS LOS QUEREMOS! WE WANT THEM ALIVE!
Dolores Doré Eccles Fine Arts Center (ECCLES)--location 5 on map

INSTALLATION CREDITS
Dolores Doré Eccles Fine Arts Center (ECCLES)--location 5 on map

SEVEN YEARS, BUT STILL VERY FEW ANSWERS 
Science, Engineering and Technology building (SET), first floor--location 6 on map

FAMILIES OF THE "OTHER DISAPPEARED"
Snow Science and Math building (SNOW), first floor--location 7 on map

SEPT. 26, 2021: THE SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY
Val A. Browning Learning Resource Center (BROWN), first floor--location 8 on map

WHEN ART BECOMES THE TARGET OF POLITICAL VIOLENCE

Ernö and Ertel Udvar-Hazy School of Business (HAZY), first floor--location 9 on map

Installation Map

The 43 installation can be encountered in nine different buildings on the DSU campus.  While the 43's story "begins" in the Holland Centennial Commons, feel free to follow whatever path you wish.

1. Holland Centennial Commons second floor: "Who Are the 43?"
2. Gardner Student Center, first floor: "Ayotzinapa Students Part of a Rural Teaching College Tradition in Mexico"
3. Student Activity Center (International Students Office): "Why Were the Students Targets of Violence?"
4. Human Performance Center, first floor: “Los Desaparecidos”
5. Eccles lobby: "¡Vivos Los Queremos! We want them alive!" and Installation credits
6. Science, Engineering and Technology building, first floor: "Seven Years, But Still Very Few Answers"
7. Snow Math and Science building, first floor: Families of the "Other Disappeared"
8. Browning Learning Resources Center, first floor: Sept. 26, 2021: The Seventh Anniversary
9. Hazy Business building, first floor: When Art Becomes the Target of Political Violence