Trine MSO members to discuss diversity at local church service

Trine University’s Multicultural Student Organization will present speeches centered around diversity at the 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 30, service for the First Congregational United Church of Christ, located on 314 W. Maumee St., Angola.

The presentation will include students’ experiences studying abroad and poetry about diversity as well as discussion about its impact on America. The students also will explore the value of inclusion and how MSO has altered their perceptions about the world.

Student speakers include:

  • Amanda Higbee, a senior majoring in communication from Reading, Michigan
  • Holly Wolfe, a junior majoring in psychology, from Mishawaka
  • Brenda Lozano, a junior majoring in biology from Goshen
  • Breeonna Farrow, a sophomore majoring in biology from Fort Wayne
  • Kai Kekoa Sasan, a senior majoring in criminal justice from Harvest, Alabama
  • Yancy Paola Bejarano Flores, a freshman majoring in marketing from Honduras
  • Jesus Castillo, a senior majoring in design engineering technology from Goshen

Miles Rommo-Hanna, a sophomore from Fort Wayne majoring in computer engineering, will provide music on the piano.

The church service is open to the community. For more information, contact Deb McHenry at mchenryd@trine.edu.