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The University’s student engagement manager is finalizing plans to adopt two children from Uganda, but she estimates that the effort is still about $10,000 short.
Pedro Jorge and Martin Alvarez say they don’t see themselves as heroes, but that won’t fly with Logan Romero, whose life hung in the balance as the officers performed CPR on him last month at Prescott Hall.
This week’s Antelope Intros bring you a clubs coordinator and first-generation American whose parents were born in Nigeria, an enrollment counselor who is a drummer in a rock band and an admissions representative whose first name is routinely mispronounced.
This week’s Antelope Intros bring you a curriculum developer who referees college basketball games, an online enrollment counselor who is a former rodeo queen, and a military qualifying specialist who likes visiting tattoo shows.
This week’s Antelope Intros bring you an operations coordinator who studied at Oxford University, a doctoral enrollment counselor who rescues animals, and an online faculty member obsessed with books and purses.
This week’s Antelope Intros bring you a writer who has been on all seven continents, a director who coached men’s basketball in Kuwait and a specialist who is a “science nerd” (her words, not ours).
This week’s Antelope Intros bring you a director who met James Dean as a child, a qualifying specialist with a memorable anniversary date and a teacher education specialist with a sensitive side.