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Post goes to Prague

We know that the Post extends around the world through the worldwide web, but even our print edition extended to eastern Europe last week when it traveled to Prague with Rachel Reed.

Rachel, a 2003 Cedar Springs graduate and 2008 graduate of Cornerstone University, took it with her when she traveled to Prague in the Czech Republic last week as part of a class for her master’s degree in business administration in the professional graduate studies (PGS) program at Cornerstone.  She and others in her group visited various business centers, attended seminars, and learned about business there and in Brno. Rachel, who is also an accountant at Cornerstone University, said it was a great experience. You can see St. Nicholas church in the background.

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One Response to “Post goes to Prague”

  1. Martina says:

    What a great idea. I live in Prague and have lots of family members in the US, so I’ll have to pass this along to them.

    For your readers, the area where Rachel is standing is a remarkable place – filled with little streets, cobble stones and the incredible Prague Castle nearby. This might be one of our favorite areas for a walk especially as evening arrives and the sun’s light changes across the medieval rooftops and the Vltava River.

    Thanks for sharing,





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