Niagara University Criminal Justice Students Study Abroad in Ireland
As he drove their private coach from Belfast to Dublin, Tony sang for them a mournful ballad of Derry (aka Londonderry), attempting to heal from a long history of sectarian conflict.
They were nearing the end of what had been a 16-day study abroad excursion (May 21-June 5) circling the Irish Isle, and Tony had accompanied them every mile. Tony laughed as Drs. Dana Radatz and Paul Schupp, along with their 27 Niagara University students, applauded and requested souvenir selfies with their driver-cum-balladeer.
This was the first time that Drs. Schupp and Radatz, criminology and criminal justice faculty members, led the study abroad program to the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland – and you can read much more about it by clicking here.