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John Lupinacci, assistant professor in the WSU College of Education, said teaching classes over Zoom hindered making connections with students because several of them do not keep their cameras on.

‘Fight the ills of society’

HANNAH FLORES November 2, 2020

John Lupinacci grew up surrounded by teachers who pushed him to learn about social justice and become more involved with his community. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Lupinacci grew up witnessing...

Asiamay Diaz, a first-generation college student, became a mentor for the Native American Student Center after her mentor impacted her WSU experience.

Multicultural mentor gives back to program

ELIZA CALLIS October 19, 2020

As a child of a military family, moving from base to base around the U.S. was the 'norm' for Asiamay Diaz. She chose to attend WSU to be close to her family, who now lives in Spokane. Diaz is a senior...

Kim Padilla, from left to right; third person in the third row, became a mentor for the Asian American and Pacific Islander Student Center after her freshman mentor provided resources for her to get connected with the WSU community.

Student mentor creates inclusive community for freshmen

SANDI KOBIESA, Mint editor October 5, 2020

When Kimberly Padilla first arrived at the WSU Pullman campus, she was struck with an overwhelming amount of homesickness. Now as a student mentor, she hopes to ease the transition for other students.  Padilla,...

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