StudySync Brings English Alive for Students, Serves as Unique Cultural Bridge

SULAIMANI, Iraq and SONOMA, Calif. (June 10, 2012) – You can set your clock by most graduation ceremonies. Dutifully (and, yes, predictably) the late spring ritual serves as both an end and a beginning.
But not all commencement ceremonies are alike, and some are especially laden with meaning.
Consider that the scenario for the first undergraduate commencement ceremony at the American University of Iraq (AUIS), a private, non-profit university located in the city of Sulaimani in the Kurdistan Region, offering a liberal arts education based on the American model. On June 16,...

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