By Abbey Doran
Several UNC students studying abroad in Japan are seeing the effects of one of the largest earthquakes ever. From food shortages to aftershocks to potential radiation threats, the students are now experiencing the aftereffects of the natural disaster thousands of miles away from Chapel Hill. We speak with UNC students August Armbrister and Melissa Tolentino.
See video of our Skype conversation with Armbrister — and the aftershock that struck during the conversation. (From WTVD)
To make a donation to help with relief in Japan, go to the American Red Cross website.
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