Schools and nonprofits offer support to Bahamian students

Nadege Green Oct 14, 2019
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Bahamian students at Florida Memorial University joined together for a prayer service after Hurricane Dorian. Nadege Green

Schools and nonprofits offer support to Bahamian students

Nadege Green Oct 14, 2019
Bahamian students at Florida Memorial University joined together for a prayer service after Hurricane Dorian. Nadege Green
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There are more than 2,000 international Bahamian students enrolled at universities and colleges across the U.S., many of them in Florida. In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian’s destruction, some of those students worry about how their families will be able to rebuild back home and continue to afford to pay for their studies in the U.S. Several schools and nonprofits have stepped in to help.

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