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VCSU Students, Faculty Visit Mexico

April 4, 2013

Students and instructors from North Dakota and Mexico pose in front of an olive tree that's more than 300 years old. Pictured from left to right are VCSU student Angela Awender; VCSU Spanish professor Dina Zavala-Petherbridge; VCSU student Josie Olson; NDSU student Olivia Brownson; Grecia DĂ­az, student from Mexico; VCSU student Kayleen Anselment; VCSU student Jessica Puhr; and VCSU social science instructor Anthony Dutton.

Students and faculty from Valley City State University spent 10 days in Mexico where they collaborated with schools there and absorbed the culture and history of the area through tours and events.
Students spent three of those day doing projects academically related to their majors.
Read more in Thursday's Times-Record.

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