Please join us on February 13 at 5:30 p.m. in the library’s Von der Ahe Family Suite (level 3) for an evening of storytelling! The William H. Hannon Library’s third annual LMU Speaks program will feature true stories from 5 individuals representing the LMU campus community.
We have asked each of our speakers to share a true, personal story based on a central theme, “It’s Complicated.” Speakers will tell a 10-minute story that responds the prompt, “Tell us about a moment from your life when things got messy and muddled, when the pathway forward seemed enigmatic and entangled, or when you found yourself bewildered and befuddled. And then tell us what happened next.”
Our line-up includes:
- Linh Hua (Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts)
- Joel Gutierrez (Chicano/Latino Student Services)
- Elsie Mares (Undergraduate)
- Makeen Yaser (Undergraduate)
The William H. Hannon Library is dedicated to creating a communal space where learners can feed their curiosity, experience new worlds, develop their ideas, inform their decision-making, and inspire others. We believe that storytelling can be a vehicle toward those ends. We hope you will join us for this event!