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A Summer in New Zealand

Erin Mellor (center) was featured in a news publication in New Zealand (KEVIN STENT/FAIRFAX NZ).

Furman student Erin Mellor is one of nine American students participating in a pilot exchange program this summer at Massey University in New Zealand. In addition to having an internship with Te Rakau Theatre and traveling around the country, Mellor and the other students were featured in an article that appeared in Stuff, a New Zealand news website.  An English and Communication Studies double major, Mellor is a rising senior from Irvine, Calif.

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