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Starting Anew at BU

From: Blunt Youth Radio Project
Series: Blunt Responds to Hurricane Katrina
Length: 02:22

Julia Tecada was looking forward to her sophmore year at Tulane, then came Katrina. Now she's studying at Boston University, but it's proving hard to adjust to life outside New Orleans. Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-2 Julia Tecada settles into New England and begins her sophomore year at Boston University after fleeeing Hurricane Katrina.

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Julia Tecada settles into New England and begins her sophomore year at Boston University after fleeeing Hurricane Katrina.

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