With the 2022 midterm elections approaching, Fernando Guerra spoke to LMU students and the Latinx community about the importance of voting.
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For Latine Heritage Month, LMU speakers including Mia Davis, the new director for Office of Black Student Services, reflected on their experiences navigating their dual identities at Duality and Identity/Latine Talk.
Beyond the ropes and security guards of a meeting for the Board of Trustees, an LMU student demonstration calls for higher wages for FM employees.