Today is the fifth day of May, or Cinco de Mayo — a Mexican holiday commemorating the 1862 victory of the Mexican army over French forces at the Battle of Puebla. Here in the U.S., the day is meant to celebrate Mexican heritage. To college kids, that means shots of tequila and buckets of Corona. To me, it means Mexican food. If you’re of the same mindset, here are some ways to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.