Spotlight Recipients

Spring 2020

Spring 2019

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Carlo Pizarro Chunga, 2019

Urban and Regional Planning major & GIST minor

"Being a Latinx student leader is empowering, because in a predominantly white institution being a Latinx student leader is a form of activism."

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Leticia Gonzalez Soto, 2019

Political Science & Psychology major

"To me being a Latinx leader on campus means helping my peers and my community, and ensuring that the next class of Latinx students continue to have a voice on campus."

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Jasmine Arambula, 2019

Psychology major

"Being a Latinx leader on campus is important because the experience I had during my first year is not an uncommon one amongst Latinx students. I hope to increase intentional student involvement and I hope to see more Latinx representation in leadership positions across campus."

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