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Latino Student Union

Latino Student Union (LSU) was founded in 2003 by a group of students. They helped found the Latino Cultural Center. LSU is a student run organization, the goal is to creat awareness of the Latino culture on Purdue’s campus by promoting a sense of unity through student involvement in social, academic, philanthropic, and political activities. LSU is open to anyone interested in the Latino culture.

Latino Student Union’s purpose is to involve students of the Purdue community. Members along with LSU officers participate in various community service projects throughout the year, such as blood drives, homeless shelters, and animal shelters.


Latin Nights

Latin Nights is a monthly event held by LSU to promote the Latino musical and dance culture by demonstrating various Latino dance showcases.


LSU allows its members to vote on an intramural sport per semester to participate in. Activities have varied from sand volleyball, indoor soccer and basketball.


Lock in Nights is a nightly event done once a semester. Its purpose is to unite and create bonds between members and eboards through games, music and food.

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Join the LSU

To join LSU or to just learn more, contact President Ryan Holguin.

Purdue University Latino Cultural Center, 600 N. Russell, West Lafayette, IN 47906, (765) 494-2530

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