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My Moravian
September 27, 2019
There are dozens of extremely enticing study-abroad opportunities at Moravian College, and thus far in my college career, I’ve only participated in this one, but I cannot stress enough the importance and significance of this particular program. The experience is not only incredibly educational, it is raw, it is humanizing, it is a call to action. The more nuclear active the world becomes, the closer we get to potentially wiping out the human race. This issue is not buried in the past or far off in the future, it is now. Peace is not a suggestion or an ideology, it is a necessity to survival.

August 2, 2019
During May Term 2019, 14 students accompanied faculty members Daniel Jasper, dean of the school of arts, humanities, and social sciences, and Kelly Denton-Borhaug, professor of global religions, for the study abroad program "Japan—Exploring Culture, Peacebuilding, and the Legacies of War." Here, sophomore Kaitlin Kridlo shares her experience.

July 30, 2019
During May Term 2019, 14 students accompanied faculty members Daniel Jasper, dean of the school of arts, humanities, and social sciences, and Kelly Denton-Borhaug, professor of global religions, for the study abroad program "Japan—Exploring Culture, Peacebuilding, and the Legacies of War." Here, sophomore Renee Mapa shares her experience.

July 26, 2019
I had an excellent time during the two jam-packed weeks of our study abroad program in Japan—Exploring Culture, Peacebuilding, and the Legacies of War. Though I had already visited Japan twice, this trip took us to places that I would likely not have visited otherwise and exposed me to countless people and their points of view.