Dr. Charvonne N. Holliday Nworu & Dylan Joachim
Biology, Gender & Women's Studies, Communication Arts, History
“I know the benefits of collaboration and cooperating with others, and really being able to respect all sides of a situation,” Joachim said. “Even in my closer, more personal relationships, I’ve learned to be more tolerant of other people, and understand that people have events in their lives that have led them to be who they are, and I have to always respect that.”
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