There’s a strong connection between alumni of American University of Beirut (AUB) and second wave Lebanese immigrants to North Carolina. Many community members were educated or had family educated at the university. Such a great school, it’s no surprise that community members involved in this project are profiled in the alumni magazine, MainGate, on a regular basis.
This Spring issue, the founder and innovator responsible for the Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies and The Lebanese in North Carolina Project, Moise Khayrallah, is featured in a short profile. A graduate in the class of 1981, it’s clear that Moise has worked hard and had great success in the Triangle Area of North Carolina, a community that is lucky to have him!
You can read from a PDF of the magazine here.