Lauren Trujillo

Co-curator of “We Remeber Them: Acts of Love and Compassion in Isla Vista”

Co-curator of “We Remeber Them:  Acts of Love and Compassion in Isla Vista”

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“I’ll never forget the eerie silence,” says Lauren Trujillo co-curator of the online exhibit, ' We Remember Them   ,'   of the day she walked into her sorority house five years ago and…

Online exhibition commemorates 5 year anniversary of deadly Isla Vista shootings

“I’ll never forget the eerie silence,” says Lauren Trujillo co-curator of the online exhibit, ' We Remember Them ,'  of the day she walked into her sorority house five years ago and…

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