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    • Viviana Andazola Marquez

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      At the age of four, Viviana began to see the precarious nature of being undocumented after her parents, who immigrated to Colorado from Mexico, revealed to her that they were not in the United States...

    • Nina Zubrilina

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      Born in the United States to Russian parents, Nina Zubrilina moved to Moscow when she was a month old and lived there until returning to the US at 17 for college. Living 11 time zones away from her...

    • Joseph Haleem Maalouf

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      Joseph Maalouf was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. His father emigrated from Lebanon as a teenager to escape the civil war occurring at the time and his mother emigrated from a small town in...

    • Hilda Huang

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      Hilda Huang was born in Fremont, California to Chinese and Taiwanese parents. She began to play the piano at the age of three and continued her musical education at the Preparatory Division of the...

    • Indira Puri

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      Indira Puri is a PhD candidate in economics at MIT. She was born in New York to Indian immigrants. With degrees in mathematics, computer science, and economics, Indira draws on her multifaceted...

    • The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships Class of 2019

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        The 2019 Class of Paul & Daisy Soros Fellows is made up of 30 outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants from all over the country and world who are pursuing graduate school here in the...

    • Yaniv Segal

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      YANIV SEGAL is a conductor, composer, and violinist. Already at Vassar College, where he earned his BA in music, he began to assemble musicians to play as an ensemble. After graduating from Vassar,...

    • Q&A: Lilian Mehrel’s Film “Water Melts” Debuts at the Tribeca Film Festival

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      2013 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow Lilian Mehrel’s newest immersive film Water Melts is a blue-hearted romantic comedy about loss and love. Lilian, who was born to a Kurdish-Iranian mother and a German...

    • Q&A: Emily Martin's New Book of Poetry

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      When did you begin working on Objects of Hunger? I have a terrible memory and an even worse time keeping papers and documents organized, but many of the poems were written in 2014. Since many of...

    • Matthew Nguyen

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      Matt’s parents fled Vietnam as child refugees at the height of the Vietnam War. Arriving in America with minimal English and pennies to their name, they lived in resettlement camps before making...

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