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SPC Employee on PRI's…

St. Philip's College and one of its employees have been featured in an international radio report by a news outlet that takes a global approach to the news of the day, and how that news matters in Washington and beyond.
Fidel Simmons, Interim Coordinator for International Student Serivces

SPC Employee on PRI's The World This Month

St. Philip's College and one of its employees have been featured in an international radio report by a news outlet that takes a global approach to the news of the day, and how that news matters in Washington and beyond. The employee who represented SPC worldwide both on radio and online is Fidel Simmons, the college's interim coordinator for international student services. Read or listen to separate text and radio versions of the interview with Simmons in the Oct. 3 Public Radio International PRI’s The World report How do tensions with the White House impact HBCU diversity? by multiplatform Education & Development editor and reporter Kenya Downs at https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-10-03/how-do-tensions-white-house-impact-hbcu-diversity.

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