Sudanese lost boy finds second life at UNH, beyond
Bol enjoyed the education and friends he made at the University of New Hampshire, but living in a radically new environment was not without its problems. “UNH was very different, it was not diverse. The population was predominantly white middle class. At first we felt we needed to connect with other Africans on campus,” he said.
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