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CLSS welcomes students back and shares virtual resources

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CLSS gathering from last semester when activities were still in-person. The next CLSS event will be a welcome-home event for students called La Beinvenida. 

Each week for this month the Loyolan will be highlighting each of the Ethnic and Intercultural Services groups on campus and the resources they provide for students. This week L+A editor Sammi Su talked with Director of Chicano Latino Student Services Natalie Guevara to learn more about what they are doing.

The first week of classes has come to a close, but for the student service offices, the events have just begun. Director of Chicano Latino Student Services Natalie Guevara said that CLSS has been making preparations for students to have a successful fall semester.

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CLSS is preparing many events this week to welcome back students to the Bluff virtually. 

According to Guevara, upcoming events for CLSS include:

  • Sept. 9 at 6 p.m. (PDT): La Bienvenida is a welcome event in which all student organizations that work with CLSS will be present. Register for the event here.
  • Sept. 16 at 4 p.m. (PDT): Latinx Social kicks off Latinx Heritage month and all students, faculty and staff are invited. Register for the event here.
  • Weekly MESA Cooperative meetings will be hosted every Wednesday and will have student-led discussions on different topics and opportunities organized by the respective organizations.

Follow updates from CLSS on Instagram at @clsslmu.

Organizations that will be present at La Bienvenida will include:

If you would like to have your organization or event covered by Loyolan, please email or DM the Loyolan at @laloyolan.

Sammi Su is a junior marketing and Asian and Pacific Studies dual major from West Covina, CA. In her free time, she loves exploring new food spots and making videos with friends.

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