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Mia Sisic

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Psychology student discovers common ground with survivors of war in former Yugoslavia

For a very brief moment, Mia Sisic’s eyes well up ever so slightly when asked what she recalls about growing up in a small town in what was still Yugoslavia in the early 1990s during a bitter war that would eventually divide her home country along ethnic and religious lines.

“I remember a lot but I don’t want to talk about it,” she replies with a quick, smiling recovery. “My parents and I still talk about it, but we try to leave that in the past. I do remember being a very happy kid, playing with kids who were Serbian, Muslim and Croatian. It didn’t matter then.”