"Mujeres* has really helped me feel less homesick. I've honestly found a family. I think it brings campus together and is the only space for Latinx students on campus. It's family to me."
— Alexandra Acabá Berrocal '18
"For me Mujeres* is a safe space, coming from a predominantly Hispanic area, going from Houston to Bryn Mawr. Being in a room with other Hispanics or those who support the Latinx community is heartwarming."
— Alexis Girón '20
"It's really meaningful to have lots of nice people on campus. In a community so small, it's nice to be united, and since we can't see ourselves in a mostly white campus it feels good. I feel like I'm missing a piece of home and it (Mujeres *). makes me feel like I have a connection."
— Alma Sterling '21
"Mujeres* means a way to express my Latinidad while being away from home. Puerto Rico. Being with fellow Latinas who understand that culture."
— Amal Yassin' 18
"Mujeres* for me, even if I'm not Latina, gives me a cultural understanding and helps me understand more in my Spanish classes about the different issues affecting the Latinx community.
— Emily Augenbraun '20
"Mujeres* is like a community. I feel like I belong to something. I feel like my culture is appreciated and not pushed aside.
— Ilianny Grullon '21
"I think it's nice to have a group one can identify with. I can identify with coming from the diversity in Houston and experiencing culture shock (at BMC). Mujeres* is a support team. It's really nice.
— Leticia Robledo '20
— Maria Minaya '18
"To me Mujeres* is a chance to connect with people who share a background with me. It helps me connect to everything I miss when I'm not home."
— Pia Lopez '18
"When I'm in Mujeres* it's friendly. I can be myself, no doubts at all. With everything we're going through as a community, it's good to be able to come together."
— Paula Villagrana Ocasio '21
"To me it means a space where I feel at home because I feel at ease. I can speak my language and relate to others culturally. It's a home space."
— Rebeca Salas' 19
"For me Mujeres* is this safe space away from home where I can be myself with people who understand me."
— Rebeca Zamora Marquez '21
"Mujeres* is a way to have family away from home."
— Makayla Selden '20 and Gianni Maldonado '20