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Women’s Panel Brings International Students’ Perspective to College Audience


Panelists, from left, are Lycoming College students Anna Tietzel, from Germany; Ellen Laur, Great Britain, and Quynh Vu, Vietnam; and Penn College student Hanan Almuhathab, a surgical technology major from Saudi Arabia.
Panelists, from left, are Lycoming College students Anna Tietzel, from Germany; Ellen Laur, Great Britain, and Quynh Vu, Vietnam; and Penn College student Hanan Almuhathab, a surgical technology major from Saudi Arabia.

International students from Penn College and Lycoming College shared their experiences during a Global Women’s Panel discussion held Thursday in the Bush Campus Center. The discussion was coordinated by Malinda Love, assistant director of student activities for diversity and cultural life at Penn College (seated at far right in the accompanying photo), and Jean Wool, executive assistant for student affairs and Multicultural Awareness Group adviser at Lycoming College.

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