When Funmi Oyatogun came to CU-Boulder from Port Harcourt, Nigeria, she vowed to take advantage of as many opportunities for study, research, social action and fun as she could squeeze into a 24-hour day.
After all, she reasoned, you go to college for the first time only once.
A senior double-majoring in environmental studies and geography, Oyatogun chose CU at the suggestion of her father, who had admired the school for a while. Her brother Oluwaseun is a graduate student in mechanical engineering and her sister Oluwatoyin is a sophomore in business, both at CU-Boulder.
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