Correction: Study Abroad-Bursting the Bubble story

May 14, 2012, 8:20 PM

(AP) – In a Sept. 25 story about efforts by American colleges and universities to ensure that students studying abroad truly experience life in a foreign land, The Associated Press erroneously reported where Spanish Professor Sonja Bontrager teaches. The correct school is Newman University.

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