One of my Spanish professor colleagues was passing in the hall a few minutes ago; we're friendly, though we don't know each other well.
I took the opportunity to ask him for some help understanding what's happening in Venezuela, and he explained a bit, which really helped me. (My Spanish isn't good enough to follow a political discussion in print, even.)
I think that's one of the best things about being at a university: there are lots of smart people who know stuff around, and they're often very willing to answer questions, and they're often very good at explaining things.
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