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story.lead_photo.caption NWA Democrat-Gazette/SPENCER TIREY Artist Ziba Rajabi (left) discusses her relationship with her homeland and Northwest Arkansas through art with reporter Mary Jordan (right) at the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette office in Fayetteville. The podcast featured Rajabi and Cynthia Smith, assistant director for outreach, international students and scholars with the University of Arkansas.

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Ziba Rajabi, an Iranian artist, and Cynthia Smith, the assistant director for outreach for International Students and Scholars with the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, stopped by the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette podcast studio to talk about challenges that exist for the region’s international students.

Find out more about how Rajabi uses art to discuss the relationship between her life in Northwest Arkansas and being an artist in Iran, as well as how the university is helping to continue to build diversity in the region through its International Culture Team by joining us for this discussion.

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