People of RCN2018-10-25T09:15:50+00:00

People of RCN

Angelika Love (RCN ’09-’11)

Escaping the Echo-Chamber During Lockdown: About her road to starting a Podcast on Social Integration I consider myself lucky to have experienced very little loneliness in my life. I have felt alone at times, yes. But lonely? Whenever my inner commentator gets too loud in my personal echo-chamber, I switch on the radio – admittedly, the BBC and German radio serve as little more than a diversion, but an [...]

June 2nd, 2020|

Sunniva Marie Roligheten (RCN ’17-’19)

A couple of weeks after grad, I started working on full time in Oslo in the national committee for Operation Day's Work (ODW). I missed the fjord, my roommates and basically everything about RCN, but I think I am sort of used to live in a city now. In the committee we did a lot of fun work, but the best part was the visit from two young [...]

April 30th, 2020|

Ingebjørg Flyum Bjørlo (RCN ’17-’19)

I graduated less than a year ago and I’ve already managed to get so many experiences in that time. In August I moved to a studio apartment in Oslo and start a bachelor in screenwriting and playwriting and quickly got a part time job at a concert venue. It was election-season in Norway, so on my spare time I visited schools and campaigned for my political party. I was [...]

April 5th, 2020|

Celia Morton (RCN ’17-’19)

It’s been almost 9 months since I graduated from RCN, and I am now practicing what I learned. For the past 6 months I have been living in Pune, India doing my Global Citizen Year. I live with an Indian host family. I take Hindi classes and primarily work as a teacher’s assistant at a low-income English-medium public school, alongside Teach For India. This was the perfect next step [...]

February 24th, 2020|

Ghulam Ali Doulat (’18-present)

Ghulam Ali Doulat was born in Afghanistan and raised in Pakistan. In 2001, his parents were forced to flee from their home country when the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan. Ghulam’s father was a solider in the defeated Afghan army so he had no choice but to escape from his country together with his wife and eight children. Ghulam is the ninth and youngest child. Celebrating his 18th [...]

December 11th, 2019|

Hannah Mulbah (RCN ’18- present)

For Hannah Mulbah (Liberia), joining UWCRCN is not merely a matter of getting a quality high school education. It is about breaking free from the negative stereotyping that she grew up with due to her disability. Hannah was five years old when, one morning, she fell on the ground and couldn’t get up by herself. Her parents took her to hospital, where she stayed for around a month, with [...]

December 3rd, 2019|