By A.J. Peters
Aparna Ravilochan, a graduate of the Santa Fe Class of ’12, will leave this winter to spend a year teaching English in a rural school in Malaysia on a Fulbright Fellowship. Congratulations Aparna!
“The relationships are what I’m most excited about. It’s an opportunity to connect with people I otherwise would never be able to meet and to live with them in a completely different lifestyle,” she says. “I’ve come to love talking to people, hearing their stories. I think having an exchange like that across cultural boundaries will be even more illuminating and exciting.” Ravilochan also looks forward to sharing her knowledge of English. As a writing assistant for two years at St. John’s, she discovered a passion for English and teaching. Although Ravilochan has much to bring to her Fulbright teaching position, she knows that Malaysia will have much to teach her as well.
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