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Paul Langlotz

“Coming back to school in my mid-fifties has given me a way to look at what I’ve acquired and learned in my past, giving it a broader and, at the same time, more specific context. I’m a richer and more diverse man because of attending AULA. It offers a type of progressive, broad-spectrum education that you just do not find at other schools… I [earned] academic credits for what I had done previously in my professional life…It was looked at legitimately.”

Paul is a full-time student. His interests include reading, writing, and museums.

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