Fr. Guillermo Campuzano created Tepeyac as an organization for Latinx students at DePaul to reflect on their faith and culture. He named it after the hill where San Juan Diego saw the image of La Virgen de Guadalupe for the first time. From that, he based Tepeyac on the pillars of faith, culture and service. Since then, Tepeyac has grown not just in numbers but in strength. If you go to DePaul, you've probably been invited to go to Cafecito con Tepeyac or Commuter Appreciation Day. You were probably also invited to check out our events for Latinx Heritage Month and SOMOS. You've probably received a FB invite from us or a late night email. It was all part of the hard work and dedication Tepeyac was putting in to keep Fr. Memo's mission alive and well. It was such an honor to receive the award for Student Organization of the Year at the Excellence in Leadership awards ceremony 2019 and the Excellence in Solidarity award at the Inaugural Sankofa Black Excellence Awards in 2022. We are incredibly proud of the Tepeyac team and appreciate everyone who has supported us in one way or another.