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Photo courtesy of Maeve Bradfield
For a month this summer, Maeve Bradfield flew eight hours overseas to visit her family in Ireland. Bradfield, sophomore, stayed in Laois and Cork and helped on the farm by weighing sheep and milking cows. Bradfield compared daily life in Ireland to the U.S. “They play soccer, which is called hurling in Ireland, or they play hide and seek on the farm, ” Bradfield said. “Also, they think it’s really weird that you can drive to the movies. In Ireland that would be a day trip.”

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