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American students studying in Russia leave country and continue program remotely

Julian Gonzales-Poirier in Moscow. (Courtesy of Julian Gonzales-Poirier)
Julian Gonzales-Poirier in Moscow. (Courtesy of Julian Gonzales-Poirier)

Some U.S. colleges have canceled academic partnerships with Russia, following the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

Julian Gonzales-Poirier, a junior at Middlebury College in Vermont who was studying in Moscow, explains what happened to him and other students when his school suspended its study abroad program in Russia.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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