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Dalal M Hillou
Spring 2012

Through the program I experienced so many things and met so many unforgettable people that I would not have otherwise.

Brief bio:

I was born and raised in Atlanta. My parents are Palestinian immigrants from a small town in Israel. Due to the blend of so many different cultures in my life, for as long as I can remember I’ve been interested and involved in politics, international relations and cross-cultural understanding.

Expected graduation:

May 2013

Degree objective:

International Affairs; Arabic

Why I went:

WSP appealed to me because it was the perfect opportunity to get class credit, see new places, and most importantly, advance my career.

Favorite spot to visit:

There are so many, it’s difficult to pinpoint just one! The Tidal Basin is one of my top choices.

Most memorable day:

The Cherry Blossom Festival is a big deal in DC that spans over the course of several weeks. One of the festival’s events was the Fireworks Festival at the Southwest Waterfront. It was a beautiful sight and something I’ll always remember.

Why I'm glad I went:

Through the program I experienced so many things and met so many unforgettable people that I would not have otherwise.

Where I interned:

Arab American Institute

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