Recounting their travels

01/13/2020

Washington monument picture taken by a student

Students who traveled to Washington, D.C., Nashville, Guatemala and France are planned to recount their experiences.

Bluffton University students to share stories from cross-cultural experiences

Bluffton University students who participated in long-term cross-cultural experiences in the fall will speak during Forum at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, in Yoder Recital Hall. The presentation is free and open to the public.

Students who traveled to Washington, D.C., Nashville, Guatemala and France are planned to recount their experiences.

Most Bluffton undergraduate students participate in a three-week cross-cultural experience during the month of May. However, semester-long cross-cultural experiences are also available.

Cross-cultural experiences offer a journey of personal discovery into the richness and challenges of other cultures and communities. Immersed in new environments, participants experience diverse lifestyles, make new friendships and learn respect for other heritages all while meeting personal challenges that build character. Students also get hands-on opportunities to focus on the issues of peace and reconciliation and begin toward a path of lifelong mission and service. 

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