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President Randall and Kay O’Brien visit alumni and friends in Seoul

President Randall and Kay O’Brien (front, middle) visit with friends during an alumni reunion hosted in Seoul, Korea.  The opportunity allowed the group to relive memories and share updates about C-N’s various global education programs. The trip also allowed the O’Briens to reconnect with professors at Namseoul University.

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