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Fifty young African leaders are spending six weeks at ASU as part of the Mandela Washington Fellowship. They've had classroom sessions, community service, leadership skill building and recreational activities. The point of the program is for the accomplished scholars to see the good and the bad in how America solves problems.

Downtown Phoenix campus College of Public Service and Community Solutions
Participants look at a story during a creative writing workshop
Commitment to community part of ASU creative writing alums' continuing story Downtown Phoenix campus Tempe campus Department of English Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing
“I realized the most important thing we needed to do was to be a team that was mentally strong and gritty.“ - Missy Farr-Kaye, head coach of the ASU women's golf team, which won the national championship this year

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