LMU Speaks featured stories from four individuals representing the LMU campus community. Each of the speakers shared a true, personal story based on a central theme, “The Fork in the Road.” Speakers spoke for 10-minutes, responding to the prompt, “Tell us about a moment from your life when you faced an important decision, a moment of truth, or a crossroads in your path that led to where you are now.” The inaugural line-up of speakers included: Ernesto Colín (Faculty in School of Education), Ulualo Coleman (LMU Undergraduate), Lynn Mitchell-Parrish (Staff in Information Technology Services), and Kaelyn Sabal-Wilson (LMU Undergraduate). Jeff Gatten, Associate Dean of the William H. Hannon Library, moderated the event.

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