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KHS students study diversity and cultural unity


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These four Kimball High School students attended the Nebraska Cultural Unity conference in Kearney last month. They participated in break out sessions and toured the University of Nebraska - Kearney campus. Pictured from left are Crystal Pile, Raylyn Soper, Myriah Tyan and George Melo.

Four Kimball High Students attended the annual Nebraska Cultural Unity conference at the University of Nebraska Kearney on Feb. 26 along with Spanish instructor, Pat Sulu.

Multicultural Affairs at UNK has sponsored this conference for 15 years and students at Kimball High School have attended for the last four years.

This year's attendees were George Melo, Myriah Tyan, Crystal Pile and Raylyn Soper joined nearly 400 students at the event held in the Younes conference center.

While teaching her students in Spanish class, Sulu explains that everyone has culture. "Culture," Sulu said, "inc...

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