Hoyas in Mexico
Hear from Students who traveled to Mexico this summer to observe the presidential election!
The best experiences in life come from the people we meet and the moments shared along our paths.
“If I don’t get to vote, at least I know I did my part, I showed up, and the system failed me rather than me failing myself.”
The opportunity to speak with locals, eat the food, and view the architecture and art all around the city provided a unique glimpse into Mexican society
Andrés Manuel López Obrador. By now, most people have heard of the Mexican president-elect known as AMLO, but if you were in Mexico leading up to the election you would have thought that he had already been inaugurated.
On my first day in Mexico City, I was greeted by vibrant colors decorating its walls, parks, and storefronts.
It had been almost a decade since I left U.S. borders and what I learned was eye opening.
After returning from Mexico, the single most frequent question I got was: “What do you think of the new president?”