In light of the recent attacks in Paris and Beirut, we’ve heard from many juniors and sophomores who are concerned about their study abroad trips. We contacted Marne Ausec, director of the Center for Global Engagement, who would like to release this statement to the Kenyon student body:
Good morning folks! Here’s what you missed during your last weekend of break:
The lead story: In Paris, and across France, a combined 3.7 million people marched in anti-terrorism rallies on Sunday. The rallies come after the attacks by Islamic extremists on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo. Many world leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, joined the marchers in Paris.
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