El Bosquecito: the university city is caravanera
El Bosquecito is a night gathering attended by young people to share music, ideas and drinks. It is organized by student centers or groups belonging to the university world. It does many Thursdays or Fridays of the year. It starts around 21 and ends when the sun starts to rise. It takes place in the university city, which is characterized by its large green and wooded spaces.
Students look out behind the trees with speakers, instruments, grills and conservatives: the Little Foresthas arrived. It seems that a plague invades the National University of Cordoba . Many times, during the night, you can enjoy some show, zapadas or poems recited by the students themselves. It should be noted that most of the time these are own and self-managed projects of the youth assistant. Each one with his band, his writings, his instruments, he is ready to share them in the Bosquecito. This event represents the vitality and activity of young people in Cordoba.
In a public space that students frequent during the day to study, a caravan is set up that you can’t imagine! Young people are reappropriated of the university city to be able to share, and build the University from other places.
The Bosquecito takes place in the common spaces of the Faculty of Communication Sciences and the Faculty of Social Sciences. But it also has a variant known as “The Teatrino”. This offers the same dynamics, but in another space of the university city that has the architecture of a Greek theater. The meetings will be perform with various reasons. Sometimes for pure celebration, sometimes for problematize some issues of the institution. However, it never stops be a space for meeting, solidarity and companionship.
Whatare we carrying?
Lights, flags and posters are displayed in some of the green spaces of the university city. In addition, barbecues with choris, vegetarianoptions, vegan and for every taste. With drinks, it passes the same: bars offering “70/30”, “pritiaus” and more… And yes, the Cordovan is inclusive par excellence, and even more if it comes to caravanning. If it’s parties, the Cordovan raises you a “party” out of nothing itself. The Bosquecito is part of Cordoba’s mysticism and university life. When the first heat of the year begins, the expected message is: “There’s Forest, shall we go?”.
I hope that, when visit La Docta, receive that message and enjoy the B side of the study.
Argentina, nacida en Córdoba. Investigadora en el área de lingüística. En formación constante sobre las Letras y sobre la vida, gracias a la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Mis experiencias en viajes me llevaron a aprender cada vez más idiomas y querer conocer diversas culturas desde adentro. Pienso en la escritura como una herramienta para transformar el mundo y volverlo un espacio justo y equilibrado.
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