Professor Peter Laufer and student from the University of Oregon’s journalism program discussed what happened when fourth-grade students at the Riverside School in rural Oregon tried to set up a pen pal project with students in the Soviet Union in 1960. This virtual event was hosted by the University of Oregon. close
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