This summer, more than 200 student workers from more than 20 different countries came to Block Island to work, to play, to meet new people, and to learn more about their host country. As diverse as these students are, they have a commonality of purpose, which is often shared at meals and activities at the International Student Center at the Harbor Church.
“The community needs to be reminded that these are students, undergraduate or graduate students,” said Bill Penn, who is chair of the International Student Center Advisory Board. The Board was founded several years
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