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Postcards from LWC: Mohammed Abrar

By Anna Peterson

We are so excited to welcome Mohammed Abrar to LWC! Mohammed Abrar is part of the latest cohort in the Blended Graduate Business Program at Lindsey Wilson College and joined us on campus for the first time in May. Let's learn a little bit more about him!

Mohammed Abrar says that the hardest part about moving to the U.S. was living without his family. When asked how he decided to come to Lindsey Wilson College, Mohammed Abrar shared that he "found [LWC] to be the most pleasing" and that it was a good choice for his field of study.

He also mentioned that it was one of the most recommended colleges when he talked to his friends. Mohammed Abrar shared that, though he lives in California, he visited Lake Cumberland while he was attending his first residency on campus and "found it to be one of the most appealing sights."

Coming from Hyderabad, India, Mohammed Abrar shared that his favorite tradition is observing the fasts during the month of Ramadan. "The month of Ramadan is a time when Muslims all over the world fast for 30 days from sunrise to sunset" he shared. "The vibe and the energy of our belief could be felt throughout the month and can be seen throughout the year. The thrill and happiness at the end of the month are celebrated in every corner of the world on the Day of EID-UL-FITR." A fun fact about Abrar, he says that he can sing the lyrics of any song confidently even when they are incorrect.

Join us in welcoming Mohammed Abrar!

This story was posted on 2022-05-25 12:47:48
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Postcards from LWC: Mohammed Abrar on campus

2022-05-25 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Mohammed Abrar.
At left: Mohammed Abrar poses with the Hendrikson Clock Tower, a signature spot for on-campus photos.

At right: Mohammed Abrar stands next to the "Lindsey Wilson College" sign, which welcomes students as they approach LWC's main campus.

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