What’s the future for Syria’s children?

Indiana State adjunct professor Soulaf Abas, ’08, GR ’13, works to help Syrian refugee children heal with an art and letter exchange with students in Terre Haute. Her work is described as a ray of hope in the midst of the brutality and fighting.

Thomas Wolfe was right. You can’t go home again. That, at least, is how Soulaf Abas, an adjunct professor in Indiana State University’s department of art and design, feels as a revolution rages in her native Syria. George Webber, the main charac…
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