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- Students Experience Cuba Up Close
Students Experience Cuba Up Close
January 27, 2017
Seventeen students spent much of Winter Break on a sunny island. The first-ever Curry expedition to Cuba allowed students to explore cities from Havana to Santa Clara and visit historical landmarks such as the Bay of Pigs.
Dr. Grant Burrier, Assistant Professor of Politics and History, taught students about the Cuban political and economic system, healthcare and education, agriculture and the environment. Students also spent quality time interacting with the Cuban people.
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