Students from Libya, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia dance to upbeat music on Nov. 21, 2014 at the University of Miami’s 31st Annual International Thanksgiving. “The really interesting phenomenon is that many Middle Eastern college students become the ‘gateway’ for other family members, encouraging mom, dad, grandma, and others to join them in Miami,” says Farid Moussallem, director of international sales at Compass.
Students from Libya, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia dance to upbeat music on Nov. 21, 2014 at the University of Miami’s 31st Annual International Thanksgiving. “The really interesting phenomenon is that many Middle Eastern college students become the ‘gateway’ for other family members, encouraging mom, dad, grandma, and others to join them in Miami,” says Farid Moussallem, director of international sales at Compass. Marsha Halper Miami Herald Staff, File
Students from Libya, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia dance to upbeat music on Nov. 21, 2014 at the University of Miami’s 31st Annual International Thanksgiving. “The really interesting phenomenon is that many Middle Eastern college students become the ‘gateway’ for other family members, encouraging mom, dad, grandma, and others to join them in Miami,” says Farid Moussallem, director of international sales at Compass. Marsha Halper Miami Herald Staff, File

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