In College Study Abroad the Risk Increases the Reward

In 2003, Polly Lynn was certain she had put herself in danger as a study abroad student in Australia when she agreed to go on a remote hike with an older man she had met running at a park. Lynn, then a 20-year-old student at Middlebury College, had established a rapport with the 35-year-old — they talked about the environment and politics, and then exchanged phone numbers. He asked her to join him on an outing with a friend, but when the friend canceled and she jumped in the car headed into...Full Story
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