Latino Student Association connects UNG students to Hispanic culture
Growing up in California and Georgia, Bryan Herrera didn't feel connected to his Hispanic culture. In fact, he admitted his Spanish-speaking skills were "awful."
But when Herrera enrolled at the University of North Georgia (UNG), he finally found a connection.
"With the Latino Student Association (LSA), I was introduced to a new world, culture and people," the sophomore computer science major said. He now serves as LSA president.