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Students study LGBTQ histories abroad

Jess Smith

The Purdue Exponent reports that students from Purdue go abroad to Paris, Amsterdam and New York to study LBGTQ histories. The program had ten students go abroad to study the LGBTQ histories from the 18th to 21st centuries. Each student wrote about their experiences, detailing the best part of each of the days. The students posted blogs talking about the moments during the trip that touched them the most.

Students did everything from visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to visiting with organizers of Aids Crisis organization ACT UP in Paris, France. Students also got to visit the Louvre where one student said “Amazing, breathtaking; the pictures do no justice for the beauty this great museum held.”

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