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Humans of Blair

Morgan Casey
Ndoko est née au Cameroun, mais maintenant elle va à l'école à Blair.

Du Cameroun aux Etats-Unis

"Au début j'avais honte de mon accent, mais maintenant je trouve que c'est un avantage de pouvoir communiquer avec des différentes parties du monde."

Humans of Blair: A balance of passions

Isabel Hernandez-Cata, the choral and general music teacher at Blair, grew up with music-loving parents who come from different cultural backgrounds. As a result, Hernandez-Cata has devoted almost all of her life to music and teaching.

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Humans of Blair: A guest for a whole year

Tall and blonde, Julia Spies seems like a fairly typical Blair sophomore—except for her German accent. Spies is a German exchange student who will be attending Blair for a whole year.

Humans of Blair: Medicine and Moving Forward

For Nahn, becoming a doctor, studying hard at science and volunteering isn't just about preparing for the profession she wants. Her grandma in Vietnam was the catalyst that sparked her passion for medicine, science and, most importantly, caring for the sick.

Humanos de Blair: No hay un sitio como Australia

Senior Tauqir Abdullah tiene una manera de hablar que es única en los pasillos de Blair. Él anda y habla suavemente.

Humans of Blair: There's no place like Oz

Although Abdullah has lived in Japan, the U.S and Australia, Australia (Oz for short) is where he feels most at home.

Humans of Blair: A fiesta of a life

Senior Marisela Tobar immigrated to the United States when she was 5 years old. Tobar's fun loving attitude has been ever present throughout the complications of life.
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