Irina Shcheglova
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I am a Fulbright student from Russia. I am very proud to be an international student at Kent State University. I want to become a global person by travelling and meeting new people.

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Pluralism: Living with Differences

Posted on October 16, 2013 at 3:00pm 2 Comments

Name: Irina Shcheglova

School Affiliation: Kent State University, Ohio, USA

Nationality: Russian 

There are around 196 countries and 2000 nationalities in the world. All people are different but still we are all human beings.

Many nations came across hard time caused by wars and international conflicts. When any kind of…

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