Hispanic Heritage Month is most known for its colorful festivities and roaring patriotism in line with the anniversary of several Latin American independence days. However, for these Hispanic and Latinx students, it is also a time to reaffirm their sense of identity and grow their community
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Throughout the month, various clubs and organizations and clubs will hold diversity-focused events.
Butler students reflect on anti-Asian violence, hate crimes legislation
The Diversity Center hosts the first-ever Joint Struggle, Joy and Solidarity event.
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Student organization Latinx Student Union held their Coloring of Star Fountain event on Sept. 16. This was their first in a series of events celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, which spans from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.
LSB hopes to expose Butler community to various aspects of diversity during a week-long celebration of workshops, speakers, exhibits and food trucks.