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Brian Korthals/Daily Globe Gilbert Ayuk sits at a table in the Minnesota West physics department where he teaches physics as well as algebra and math.

Physics instructor finds himself far from home

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WORTHINGTON -- On both sides of his family, Gilbert Ayuk's grandfathers were chiefs of their villages in his native Cameroon, located in west-central Africa.

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