Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Photo: ThinkstockThe overseas trip for 15 students at Wesleyan College in
Georgia was a chance to study business in an international market – but
the last leg of the trip, Paris, was canceled following terror attacks in the
French capital Friday that killed at least 129 people, including an American
exchange student.Related: U.S., London, and Rome Threatened: Where Is It Safe
to Travel?Professor Stacie Barrett and her 15 graduate business students were
set to be in Paris on Monday – after time spent in Rome and
Florence– but will instead be returning to the campus in Macon, Ga.,
the school told FoxNews.com."We will not be going to Paris," Barrett said by
phone from Italy Monday morning.In Louisiana, meanwhile, a group of Lafayette
High School French students and two faculty members scrapped their trip to
France following the coordinated shootings and bombings at various sites by
ISIS operatives that killed scores of people and injured nearly 400 –
99 of whom are in critical condition.The Louisiana students were scheduled to
arrive Saturday in Paris for a week-long trip through an exchange
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Broad Abroad.Photo: Thinkstock The overseas trip for 15 students at Wesleyan
College in Georgia was a chance to study business in an international market
– but the last leg of the trip, Paris, was canceled following terror attacks
in the French capital Friday that killed at least 129 people, including an
American exchange student.
Related: U.S., London, and Rome Threatened: Where
Is It Safe to Travel? Professor Stacie Barrett and her 15 graduate business
students were set to be in Paris on Monday – after time spent in Rome and
Florence– but will instead be returning to the campus in Macon, Ga., the
school told FoxNews.com.
"We will not be going to Paris," Barrett said by
phone from Italy Monday morning..Photo: Thinkstock The overseas trip for 15
students at Wesleyan College in Georgia was a chance to study business in an
international market – but the last leg of the trip, Paris, was canceled
following terror attacks in the French capital Friday that killed at least 129
people, including an American exchange student.
Related: U.S., London, and
Rome Threatened: Where Is It Safe to Travel? Professor Stacie Barrett and her
15 graduate business students were set to be in Paris on Monday – after time
spent in Rome and Florence– but will instead be returning to the campus in
Macon, Ga., the school told FoxNews.com.
"We will not be going to Paris,"
Barrett said by phone from Italy Monday morning.

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