By Morgan Andersen, Staff Writer
The Latino Student Union (LSU) kicked off the year by hosting a night featuring glow in the dark frisbee, kickball, and food. The event took place at Growney Stadium and there was food, games, and plenty of conversations to go around.
When asked about the inspiration for frisbee and kickball, President of LSU, Kenneth Caminero said, “I wanted to do something that LSU hasn’t done before, something that would be exciting and would get people get excited to attend.”
The ideas behind this event did grow a slightly below average crowd, as another event across campus was going on at the same time.
Caminero was excited about organizing the event and the future for LSU. When speaking with with Caminero, he was extremely gracious; he thanked his E-Board team for organizing this event, and he is looking ahead to the rest of the year.
He has hopes of growing the number of students in LSU and hopefully planning events that will interest many students.
When asked if he had anything that people wanted to know about LSU, Caminero said, “You don’t have to be a certain ethnicity to join LSU or any other organization. We promote diversity and encourage anyone who is interested to join our club.”