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Livingstone exchange students bid farewell to college president

Dear Dr. Jimmy R. Jenkins Sr.,
Hope this letter finds you in pink of your health. Today is the last day of our beautiful journey in the United States and our beloved college, Livingstone College.

We want to say that these were the best days of our life that can never be forgotten. This college gave us a lot more than we expected, and it was possible only because of you. We thank you for initiating this exchange program, which helped us learn a new culture so easily.

The love, support, guidance and so many new friends that we got from here is unforgettable.

A special thanks to Mr. Earl Brown, Mr. Tony Baldwin, Dr. Rajeshwar Sharma, Dr. Nisha Singh and all the people who helped us to lead this journey so beautifully. Thank you so much, sir, for everything. We love you and are going to miss you all till eternity.

Now, we won’t be able to reply to this question, “Who Ya Wit?” because no one is going to ask us this over there. Be we will still say, “LC!”

We love LC, sir.

Thank you so much.

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