Mandarin class a hit at CMU

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Yuqiong McClelland, foreground, and the students taking her Mandarin Chinese language class gather outside of Houston Hall. It is the first class in Mandarin Chinese to be offered by Colorado Mesa University.

For Colorado Mesa University professor Yuqiong McClelland, language is not just about memorizing verb tenses and reciting words. It’s about being immersed in a culture as much as possible.

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