Feature Story: First year students find home at Aboriginal Student Centre
External Relations, University of Regina
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Morgan Esperance wonders how she would have ever survived her first year of studies without guidance from the Aboriginal Student Centre. Esperance is now a second year student in the journalism program at First Nations University (FNUniv) and is also taking classes at the University of Regina. Esperance and her friend Dominique Head, a fellow journalism student, found critical support from a unique program called nitôncipâmin omâ -"We Are Here" or OMA for short. It’s run out of the Aboriginal Student Centre at the U of R.
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