Numen Lumen l Lucia Lozano Robledo ’21 l 4/29/2021
Lucia Lozano Robledo '21, shares on the theme "Bridging to Hope". Lucia shares that the greatest source of hope for her has been to create a sense of home in her physical body. She refers to home as a place of belonging and how her idea of home has shifted during her time at Elon and throughout the COVID pandemic. We encourage you to share your thoughts and responses to our speaker in the comment section below!
For our music today please enjoy Accapella ensemble SweetSignature's rendition of "Girl" by Maren Morris.
Lucia Lozano Robledo is a senior Honors Fellow from Bogota, Colombia majoring in French and International Studies, with minors in Latin American Studies and African and African American Studies. She's worked as a Student Coordinator at the Center for Race, Ethnicity, and Diversity Education with the DEEP peer social justice education program for three years. She was previously the President of the Latinx/Hispanic Union, a lead mentor for the Elon Academy, and engaged in undergraduate research for two years. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, practicing yoga, and taking care of her plant babies at the Elon community garden. After graduating, she will be working for Alamance Achieves a local Alamance nonprofit tackling education equity issues in the area through the Elon Years of Service Fellowship.