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We’ve invited international students and US students who work in the office of International Services to create short videos about their life today, during the pandemic. This is a great way to keep our community connected and see how we are all in this together. Check out the student videos.
TCU student returns to Italian hometown; volunteers
Mere weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic escalated globally, TCU marketing student Paolo Bigiarini returned to his hometown of Aosta, Italy, for a semester off. When he saw the impact the virus was having on his community, he decided to step in to help.
“Considering my experience as a firefighter and emergency medical responder (EMR) in Texas, I decided to do my part here as well,” he said. Bigiarini is currently volunteering as an ambulance worker and is providing emergency medical care to the ill.
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