Universidad de Occidente

Universidad de Occidente is the second institute with the largest educational coverage at university degree level in Sinaloa state. Nowadays, this institution has 8 campuses (Los Mochis, Guasave, Culiacán, Mazatlán, Guamuchil, El Fuerte, Escuinapa and El Rosario) all around the state. The academic supporting and an intensive cultural and sporting activity are the best way […]

Food Bank in Culiacan

This photograph corresponds to Hambreton (Hungerthon in English), annual fundraising event of the Culiacan Food Bank. The goal set to surpass this year was possible, with the total raised being 148,000 pounds of nonperishable food. 70 educational institutions and 30 companies from Culiacan participated. In Sinaloa, in 1999, on the initiative of Ricardo Bon, Alberto […]

Private Assistance of Sinaloa

In the Inés Arredondo Auditorium, located near the avenue Alvaro Obregón, the Sinaloa Private Assistance Board celebrated the State Day of Philanthropy. Miguel Iruegas, known as “El Pelón”, gave a conference with the presence of more than 700 students from 14 schools in Culiacán, the conference “Young people clicking”. “If we want to transform Mexico, […]

Botanical Garden of Culiacan

Located in Culiacán, Sinaloa, the Botanical Garden of Culiacan is one of the most important in Mexico. Is a public space where different activities to promote a culture of respect and the rational use of our natural resources are developed. Founded in 1986 by the Engineer Carlos Murillo Depraect, who donated his valuable collection of […]

Regional Museum of Sinaloa

The Regional Museum of Sinaloa is the most ancient of the city. Founded as the Museum of Culiacan; inaugurated on December 14th, 1958. During half a century has been a space for entailment with the past, strengthening our regional identity. The building is located one block from Las Riberas Park within the Constitution Civic Center, […]