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Ana Jimenez (Wednesday, 27 June 2018 04:01)
Apenas veo este articulo del 3rd Festival Colombiano, muchas gracias por haber sistido, me sorprendio bastante, muy lindo. quiero extenderles la invitacion a la celebracion de la Independencia
Colombiana en Arizona
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Abel Atwater (Wednesday, 28 March 2018 12:28)
May name is Abel Atwater, and I work for a translation agency called inWhatLanguage, located in Salt Lake City. I am in urgent need of a translator who can translate from English to Assyrian
Neo-Aramaic. As you know, this is a very hard skill to find. As I was searching the internet, your information came up, and I think, with your background, you may be able to help me.
Do you know of anyone who could help me out with this request?
Thank you so much for taking time to assist.
Tess Neal (Thursday, 04 May 2017 16:50)
This is a beautifully done website, Prof Koptiuch and team. What an inspiring project, stunning photos, immersive experience for those of us seeing what you've done (your in-person presentation at
NCUIRE was fabulous). Thanks for spending the time to put together a beautiful and important portfolio.
eileen brennan (Monday, 17 October 2016 11:05)
Some really nice articles about immigration in Phoenix. The Hindu Temple article is very inspiring. Such a beautiful religion and helps us all keep calm if we take note of it. Even if we are not
Hindu we can learn a lot from stepping inside one of those very ornate temples. I have been to ones in India and Sri Lanka. They are all extremely ornate architecturally from the outside. What is
amazing about this Temple in Phoenix is that the outside is so simple and camouflaged. What a surprise it must be to step into the sanctuary inside. I am sure for many immigrants it is a beautiful
place to contemplate/meditate and perhaps appreciate their lives in the USA. Well done on a lovely project at the University.
[Thanks! We had the wrong setup for the comment section so had to reprint it here for you, Eileen]