Student Spotlight: Xolotl

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Xolotl, our Class of 2018 recipient of the CRLS Core Values Scholarship and the Colonel & Mrs. Henry Bayard McCoy Memorial Scholarship, now enrolled at Stanford University, told us:

“I am on a journey to learn about the link between masculinity and violence.  At Stanford University, I hope to further this journey by studying how societal norms related to gender, sexuality, and racism place particular constraints on men of color.  As a major in anthropology with a minor in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, I hope to study masculinity and racism.  My long-term aspirations are to one day become a professor who can write, teach, and research about Latinx masculinity and gender, and the unseen impact it has on people’s everyday lives.”

Congratulations, Xolotl!