Student Brings 95 Years of History to College Classes
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
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Kansas college student Nola Ochs, like many of her classmates, will likely do some studying over Thanksgiving break. But unlike them, Nola Ochs can remember the events taught in her history class.
She turns 95 years old tomorrow. Ochs remembers the start of World War I, the formation of the Soviet Union and the fall of the Berlin Wall. And Nola Ochs has one semester to go before she graduates.
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