Smiles all around at La mixer

Roy Kwon, associate provost for faculty affairs and academic administration, gets food with Jose Hernandez, admissions office representative, and Christian Bracho, associate professor and associate director of teacher education, at the LA Mixer event Friday in Fasnacht Court. The event was designed for students to learn more about the Latinx community at the University of La Verne and how to get involved with organizations such as the Latino Student Forum, the Chicano/a Latinx Faculty and Staff Association, the Latinx Alumni Mentor Professionals and the Center for Multicultural Services. / photo by Camille C.Nan
Roy Kwon, associate provost for faculty affairs and academic administration, gets food with Jose Hernandez, admissions office representative, and Christian Bracho, associate professor and associate director of teacher education, at the La Mixer event Friday in Fasnacht Court. The event was designed for students to learn more about the Latinx community at the University of La Verne and how to get involved with organizations such as the Latino Student Forum, the Chicano/a Latinx Faculty and Staff Association, the Latinx Alumni Mentor Professionals and the Center for Multicultural Services. / photo by Camille C.Nan
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Camille C.Nan is a sophomore photography major who specializes in portraiture. She is a staff photographer for Campus Times and La Verne Magazine.

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