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Marvin Suarez-Pimienta

Florida State University

Information Technology



Marvin Suarez-Pimienta is an Information Technology student at Florida State University. Marvin was born and raised in the greater Orlando area to Mexican immigrants from Lima de Abajo, Nayarit. He is the youngest of three cis-male siblings and the first in his family to pursue a college education.

A fun fact about Marvin, he once invented a language for a course project. The fictional language, ɛɹṳa, consists of phonetically complex vowel and consonant inventories for island inhabitants experiencing rising sea levels. In highlighting the island’s climate turmoil, Marvin designed ɛɹṳa’s alphabetic writing system on moon phases with the intention to draw connection between celestial bodies and ocean tides.

After graduation, Marvin plans to secure a full-time software engineer position at a leading technology company then apply to a top law school where he will continue to seek out his dream of practicing civil right law.

When Marvin is not inventing or programming languages, he enjoys hosting Mexican-inspired dinner parties for family and friends, challenging white supremacy, and dancing to Bad Bunny’s latest hits.

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