“I think that it is important to have the Latino Student Union at HSE because it teaches a lot of people about Hispanic heritage, while you’re making new friends and having fun. It also helps students who only speak Spanish and arrive from different countries feel comfortable and at home with people who can understand them in a school that speaks English.
We have a lot of cool events planned for this year. Our first event was September 16, and it was a movie and game night. It was great you could see everyone’s smile through their masks. Everyone came together and were playing games, it felt like we had known everyone for years!”
– Anabella Trujillo
-Erika Islas Barraza
LSU has given me a small community to relate to and share common interests with. Not only is it a club with the purpose of sharing the Latin American culture, but it was also founded to be an opportunity to meet new people, develop friendships, and brings people of all walks of life together in one big group.”
Kara Hall is the Marketing and PR Manager for the City of Fishers and has been with the department since 2017. Her favorite thing to do in Fishers is checking out the local restaurants and boutiques around town and walking her dog, Daisy, at Ritchey Woods with her husband. Her other hobbies include listening to podcasts, watching true crime documentaries, going to concerts, reading, and cheering on the Colts on Sundays. She loves that Fishers is always changing and is constantly looking for ways to create vibrancy within the community.