Intercultural Affairs Staff

 

Mosaic Mentors

Yeika Pizarro Rodriguez

Yeika Pizarro Rodriguez

Lebanon, Pa., Psychology

(She/Her/Hers)

ynp001@lvc.edu

 

Vylinh Nguyen

Vylinh Nguyen

Harrisburg, Pa., Exercise Science

(She/Her/Hers)

vjn002@lvc.edu

 

Fatima Madondo

Fatima Madondo

Harare, Zimbabwe, Neuroscience

(She/Her/Hers)

fm002@lvc.edu

 

Maria Perez

Maria Perez

Lebanon, Pa., Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Spanish Minor

(She/Her/Hers)

myp001@lvc.edu

 

Ethan Tirado

Ethan Tirado

East Petersburg, Pa., Business Administration

(He/Him/His)

ect001@lvc.edu

Skylar Aiken

Bel Air, Md., Sociology

(They/Them/Theirs)

hla003@lvc.edu

 

Leslie O

Schuylkill Haven, Pa., Biology

(She/Her/Hers)

lno002@lvc.edu

 

Johnā Wetzel

Chambersburg, Pa., Mathematics and Criminal Justice

(She/Her/Hers)

jlw015@lvc.edu


 

Student Clubs

The Office of Intercultural Affairs advises the following student clubs.

Asian Culture Club

The Asian Culture Club is a student organization whose purpose is to promote Asian culture from a national and global perspective. Every year, the organization sponsors a series of films, events, dances, music, food, and other campus activities. The organization also attends a national student conference on Asian culture. Contact Sophie Dong at sd016@lvc.edu.

Black Student Union

The BSU recognizes the many aspects of college that influence Black students' lives and aims to create a social atmosphere that is accepting of all views. BSU's goal is to create a united community. Additionally, the Black Student Union prides itself on building an inclusive environment for ALL students to become active members and participants. Contact Khalil Brim at kab015@lvc.edu.

Freedom Rings

Freedom Rings is the student organization committed to fostering understanding about issues affecting the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individual. Membership is open to all people committed to this mission, including heterosexual allies. Contact Carter Kucier at cak009@lvc.edu.

Latin Hispanic Alliance

Latin Hispanic Alliance raises awareness about historical, political, social, economic, and educational issues concerning the Latino and Hispanic populations in the United States. The organization sponsors workshops and events during LVC's Hispanic Heritage Celebration. Contact Yeika Pizarro at ynp001@lvc.edu.

 

M.O.D.E.

M.O.D.E. is dedicated to enrichment, mentorship, encouragement, and leadership development. The mission of M.O.D.E is to provide important and relevant opportunities that will allow male-identifying students to succeed in all facets of their experiences here at Lebanon Valley College through academic, professional, and social development. Contact Niclas Sharp at ns012@lvc.edu.