A blind young man received his diploma this afternoon at a new university gala at the National University of the South (UNS). From the House of Graduate Studies they highlighted that Sebastian Dube has a degree in Biological Sciences with a GPA of 9.35.
Dobb, a native of Tris-Arroyos, spoke with “the new.” In 2017, when he was in his third year of class to tell his experience. “At this point I learned to put fear in my pocket and to work things out one way or the other,” he said at the time.
Similarly, Dop underestimated the average a student might have: “I have a good average, but I don’t like to focus on that because I think averages talk about few people. If you lose yourself in seeing averages, they run away from you a lot” Other aspects that are very important to me are human qualities, empathy and the ability to work as a team.”
I think this is a huge mistake. I put in a lot of personal effort but I can’t help but acknowledge all the good behavior of my friends. They always are. They are the ones who saved me. There are very good colleagues who have lower averages simply because they don’t fit the testing methodology or because their goal may not be to collect data. However, it enriches everything I can do. “We are going hand in hand,” he said in the interview with the newspaper.
UNS indicated earlier that they will be doing three shows this afternoon, at 3:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., on 1253 World Street. The diploma was awarded to Mariana Muller-Poulsen, who had an average of 9.76 As a teacher of literature which is the best rate of the day.
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