Graduation is bittersweet for Ludivine Esther Mooh. After spending four years in Omaha she is saying goodbye.
Mooh is off to intern at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands before attending Queens University in Belfast for law school.
Originally from Togo, the political science major came to UNO as an international student.
“Having the opportunity to meet and help other international students is probably one of my favorite memories here,” Mooh said. “I also really loved the friends I made here and the memories we made together.”
Mooh joined the Pan African Student Organization (PASO) when she got on campus. PASO unites students from all over the African diaspora and raises African culture awareness on campus.
“Being from Togo I needed a place in the U.S. where I could feel at home and PASO was that place for me,” she said.
Mooh was involved in Sustained Dialogue, she promoted internationalization on campus by working on events as a Global Diplomat, and she was in Phi Alpha Delta, a pre-law coed fraternity.
“It has a bittersweet taste,” she said. “I am really happy to be done with my degree, but I know I probably won't come back to Nebraska for years and I won't be able to see the people I shared these experience with.”
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