Russians thrive, Ethiopians struggle
Russians thrive, Ethiopians struggle in search for Israeli high-tech dream
But Model comes from Russia and Mulugeta comes from Ethiopia- and as a result, their experiences at the Haifa-based school are much different.
Model, a 20-year-old studying electrical engineering, sees in the halls hundreds of faces from the former Soviet Union who share his culture and language.
"At a party, we want to speak Russian. If there are Israelis, we have to speak Hebrew. But if there are all Russians there, we don't have to," he says.
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