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September 18, 2013

ECU student, Ada resident to study abroad in Ukraine


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            Cluck’s experiences as an American college student will open the doors to more ideas. For instance, Cluck has served and participated in numerous activities and clubs at ECU. He has participated in astronomy, physics and biology clubs; was voted homecoming king; served in the international student organizations and is part of the Baptist Student Union. He also spent some time on the ECU varsity tennis team.

            Student clubs and associations are not typical for that part of the world, according to Sukholutskaya.

            “Languages give insight to culture. We all can enrich each other and become more well-rounded people,” Sukholutskaya said.


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