Darline Robles was quoted in a recent Daily Trojan article titled, “El Centro celebrates anniversary.” She spoke about her experiences at USC and the need to ensure college access for Latinos.
“If you do what’s right for our community, it’s right for the broader community,” Robles said. “El Centro fulfills this vision.”
Vice President of Student Affairs Michael Jackson, who oversees USC’s cultural centers and holds a joint appointment with Rossier, was also quoted in the article.
“El Centro Chicano has played a key role in welcoming and, more importantly, helping young men and women find their way in this institution so they can go and find their dreams in society,” Jackson said. “El Centro is crucial to diversity and culture at USC. For years, the Trojan Family meant certain families — now it means all families.”