Dinner

University of Nebraska-Lincoln students, against the back wall, listen as the guests--journalists, student journalists and community activists--introduce themselves. Students use this opportunity to meet and gather information regarding the stories they are pursuing during their time here in Sao Paulo. (Photo by Bruce Thorson)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln students, against the back wall, listen as the guests–journalists, student journalists and community activists–introduce themselves. Students use this opportunity to meet and gather information regarding the stories they are pursuing during their time here in Sao Paulo. (Photo by Bruce Thorson)

(photo by matt masin) Professor Bruce Thorson kicks off the dinner by telling the group of journalists and community activists why we're in Sao Paulo.

Professor Bruce Thorson kicks off the dinner by telling the group of journalists and community activists why we’re in Sao Paulo. (photo by matt masin)

Assistant Brian Lehmann talks with Kat Buchanan to see what leads and progress she made into her story after eating dinner with contacts Monday night. (photo by matt masin)

Assistant Brian Lehmann talks with Kat Buchanan to see what leads and progress she made into her story after eating dinner with contacts Monday night. (photo by matt masin)

Matt Masin, right, Nickolai Hammar and Andrew Dickinson spend time with several of the contacts gathering information about the stories they are pursuing. (Photo by Bruce Thorson)

Matt Masin, right, Nickolai Hammar and Andrew Dickinson spend time with several of the contacts gathering information about the stories they are pursuing. (Photo by Bruce Thorson)

 

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