Frightened families huddle together trying to keep warm despite tattered and journey-worn clothing. Any loud noise—even a honking car horn—makes them jump as if bombs are falling. These Ukrainians are just looking for a safe place to stay, and Andrew and Kelila Saunders, both Union College International Rescue and Relief graduates, are putting their degrees to work by helping to provide for the 1.2 million refugees displaced from their homes because of the ongoing conflict.

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