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Luke Tandy '23 (foreground) is from Derby, England.

Traditional school field trips are on hold across the Upstate of South Carolina due to COVID-19 restrictions, but not the Zoom kind. Furman University Head Coach Doug Allison, through his wife’s affiliation with Greenville Middle Academy, offered up his Men’s Soccer team to help kids in a global studies class learn about faraway places. Team members from Iceland, Wales and the London, England, area joined the class via Zoom to talk about their home countries. See more in a FOX Carolina report.

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