KSU’s Papp invites all to Year of Arabian Peninsula
by Jon Gillooly
04:00 AM, Sunday, September 21
KENNESAW — Every year, Kennesaw State University picks a country or region to study and this year KSU President Dan Papp invites the public to attend a yearlong series of events about the Arabian Peninsula. Papp said the “Year of” program, now in ...

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