Sixteen International Students enroll at Dickinson

Mon., Sep. 1, 1958

Dickinson received sixteen international students and five of them were here for the first time. Jean-Paul Rey was from Burgundy, France and studied economics at Dickinson. Rainer Schult was from Germany and studied literature at Dickinson. Sergio Garcia was from Mexico and had plans to work for the government after graduation. Goran Andolf was an English and Literature student from Sweden . Tomehide Homura already had a degree from the University of Japan and only planned to stay a year at Dickinson to improve his English. Rey, Schult , Gracia and Andolf were guests at fraternity houses for meals.

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Dickinsonian, Oct. 17, 1958, p. 1.