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Davis Cousar

Furman student Davis Cousar wrote an op-ed for the Anderson Independent-Mail about what he learned at the 2018 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Papua New Guinea this fall with four of his fellow students. That included the hope that international relations could be filled with more altruism and less avarice, and the understanding that your luggage doesn’t always arrive when you do. Cousar, a junior from Anderson, is a double major in politics and international affairs and economics.

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