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September 24, 2013 12:00 AM

Scott Johnson: Community partnerships make sense

When I arrived at The College of Idaho, the first question people typically asked was, “Where did you come from?” followed by “Why?” Often it is difficult to have a perspective on the attraction of a place or an institution from within — not just the tangible qualities, but the opportunities and potential for what it can become. Why did I move here from London? One of my primary reasons is the sense of community.

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