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Adrian Chipindi: Learning the Dance

Adrian Chipindi believes that his country’s other abundant precious resource may ultimately be more sustainable.

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Christopher Infantry: Channeling Mrs. O'Connell

Christopher Infantry’s journey to TC is ultimately a testimonial to the power of an excellent teacher.

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Idalia Catalan: Coming of Age

Idalia catalanIdalia Catalan was born in the United States, but with two parents who were immigrants – her father is Mexican, her mother Panamanian – she spoke no English when she showed up for the first day elementary school.

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Marline Andersson: Uniting Hearts and Minds

Marline anderssonAsk Marline Andersson about her long education career and prepare for a whirlwind tour of the globe.

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Meghan Fahey: Outward Bound

Outward boundWhen Meghan Fahey was growing up, her parents – educators both – urged her to consider careers in other fields.

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Menghan Shen: Marshaling the Power of Her Peers

Menghan shenMenghan (Mandy) Shen grew up in Guangzhou, China, but first traveled to the United States when she was in middle school with her parents.

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Stacy Gumbs: Here to Help

Stacy gumbsStacy Gumbs, a first-year master’s degree student in TC’s social-organizational psychology program, is explaining her interest in the field of conflict resolution, but she could just as well be describing her philosophy of life.

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Steven Kroll: Fanning a Spark

Steven krollSteven Kroll, a first-year Master’s student in the Teaching of English program, took the round-about way to graduate school, via community college and construction work.

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Wendy Bermudez: Giving Back Through Bilingual Education

Wendy bermudezAs an Urban Studies student at Barnard College, Wendy Bermudez tutored preschool children through a program called “Jumpstart for Young Children.”

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