Dr. Ana Maria Catanzaro's Public Health Nursing students and Brother Bob Kinzler's LGU students traveled together to Guatemala this Spring Break. Both groups investigated political, economic, environmental, cultural and religious issues that influence the lives of the Mayan people of Guatemala. The nursing students addressed public health issues, conducted health assessments with students who attend La Salle School in El Estor, and met with a physician to address follow-up health care for the students. The LGU students conducted various interactive activities with the students of La Salle School that also involved English lessons. In addition to the activities at La Salle School, both groups met with the Defensoría Maya, a group that advocates for the human rights of the Mayan people, visited the boarding homes where many of the Mayan students live, and explored historic Antigua. Pictured with the La Salle University students are students of the La Salle School who live at Casa Indígena, Brother Ed Koronkiewicz, who traveled with the group as a chaperone, and Brother Patrick Duffy, former faculty member at La Salle University. Brother Patrick is currently the counselor and religion teacher of La Salle School in El Estor.