Seeing Pacific From Abroad, Part 2
Lucas González Cebolla comes from Madrid, Spain, population of about 3.4 million. Living in Forest Grove, with its population of about 21,000 has been a change.
“I knew I was going to find a different place here,” he said. “I like it. It’s quiet. I really like the nature. It’s a good change.”
González Cebolla is one of five foreign language teaching assistants at Pacific University this year, here from Spain on a Fulbright grant. In addition to his responsibilities in assisting in language classes and hosting activities for students studying Spanish, he also has enjoyed his own introduction to the United States.