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Hometown: Cherokee, North Carolina
Native Nation: Cherokee
Nolan Arkansas (Unagalisgi) is a second-year student from the Cherokee Indian Reservation in Cherokee, North Carolina. Nolan is a LEDA (Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America) scholar, and is currently a resident of Trumbull college. You will often see him in the Trumbull dining hall, the Native American Cultural Center, or on campus running late to class (Indian time). Proficient in Cherokee and English, Nolan loves to study languages, and he has a profound interest in writing poetry. He plans to learn Spanish, perform slam poetry, and explore new artistic and physical interests.