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From right, Bemidji State University adjunct professor Mitch Berg, and professor Patrick Donnay purchase a "Help Japan" button for a fundraiser organized by international students and members of the Rotaract Club. From left are Ming Mun Chong, Shannon Wittner, Kay Yamagucni and Anna Schiller. Students are accepting donations to help earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today in BSU's lower Hobson Union. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

BSU student helps home country

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Kay Yamaguchi, a fourth-year student at Bemidji State University, lives roughly 8,000 miles from her home in Japan.

But the distance has not stopped her from helping those affected by the earthquake and tsunami in her homeland.

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