Today we toured a couple of Bogota’s many universities. The walls of the Universidad Nacional, the biggest public university, are known for their awesome graffiti art. The school is recognized for their “Alma de Revolución” (revolutionary soul) as you can see by the fact that every wall is covered with social commentary. The university employs a constant team of painters that continually cover the graffiti so that it can be repainted- living art. These photos are a wonderful representation of the general social and political involvement of the youth in Bogota. It’s inspiring. Did I mention that Colombian universities are known for their frequent protests?