Embrace the Balance: Student-Athletes from Saint Michael's Studying Abroad This Month

Embrace the Balance: Student-Athletes from Saint Michael's Studying Abroad This Month
More than a Dozen Student-Athletes Studying Abroad in Differen Corners of the Globe.

COLCHESTER, Vt. - More than a dozen Saint Michael's student-athletes are studying abroad during two-week May classes in different corners of the globe, and each group is sharing its experiences through a blog.
France: Culture & Society in Medieval Burgundy | May 11-29 | medievalburgundy2019.wordpress.com
  • Field hockey rising senior Nell Criscione and Alpine skiing rising senior Erin Spence.
South Africa: Apartheid, Revolution, and Representation | May 13-28 | smcsouthafrica2k19.home.blog
  • Women's basketball rising senior Alyssa Breunig, field hockey rising senior Bryn Churchill, men's basketball rising junior Jason Heter, men's basketball rising sophomore Jontai Williams and men's cross country rising sophomore Ty Santos.
Japan: Kyoto - An Aesthetic Perspective on Place | May 16-29 | smcjapantrip.home.blog
  • Field hockey rising senior Maggie Daley.
Wales: Environmental Study of Sustainable Places | May 16-30 | smcwales2019.home.blog
  • Men's ice hockey May graduate Jake Myers, women's cross country rising seniors Emma Clark and Abby French, men's ice hockey rising senior William Santangeli, women's swimming & diving rising senior Lauren Giampietro, field hockey rising junior Katriona Hajduk and women's swimming & diving rising junior Leah Benoit.

-Release provided by Saint Michael's athletic communications staff-

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