#TribeTravels: William and Mary students span six of seven continents over winter break

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Students at the College of William and Mary had a myriad of adventures over winter break, traveling all across the globe. Whether they were traveling to visit friends and family or traveling to do research for a project, College students managed to reach six of the seven continents and gather a wide range of experiences.

India

Kaelyn Eleuterio // The Flat Hat

Srijoni Sengupta ’20 spent 10 days in Mumbai, India this winter break. She attended her cousin’s wedding, full of the blending of traditions and cultures.

COURTESY PHOTO / SRIJONI SENGUPTA

 

Australia

Naomi Gruber // Flat Hat Assoc. Variety Editor

Kate Muehlbauer ’20 spent winter break in the summer sun of Australia, visiting a friend as she spent time on her fifth continent.

COURTESY PHOTO / KATE MUEHLBAUER

 

France

Lexi Godfrey // Flat Hat Staff Writer

Erika Jaimes ’18 visited France for her Sharp journalism seminar project this winter break, pursuing a story about the Pierre Claver School for refugees in Paris.

COURTESY PHOTO / ERIKA JAIMES

 

New York City

Naomi Gruber // Flat Hat Assoc. Variety Editor

Sarah Shevenock ’18 visited New York City over winter break in order to conduct interviews for her Sharp journalism seminar project about mental illness in the musical theater community.

COURTESY PHOTO / SARAH SHEVENOCK

 

South Africa

Heather Baier // Flat Hat Variety Editor

William Ryu ’20 traveled to Cape Town, South Africa this winter break to visit his fraternity little. His trip included a visit to a beach that is home to a population of African penguins.

COURTESY PHOTO / WIKIMEDIA COMMONS