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Visit from Fort Hare

Learning From Each Other - Mncedi "Thamie" Mgwigwi, left, production manager, marketing and communications, at the University of Fort Hare, South Africa, left, sits in on a production meeting for UConn Traditions Magazine with John Bailey, the magazine's designer, center, and John Barry, director of University Communications. Mgwigwi is one of a dozen Fort Hare staff and faculty visiting UConn this fall as part of a linkage program.

[Photo by Peter Morenus]

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