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Dr. Bolen Returns Home

BolentreeBy Racquel Joseph

The American Voices tour took its last bow in Lebanon, and with its finale came Dr. Bradley Bolen’s homecoming. Now in the United States, Bolen’s last entry is a recap of the greatest moments and memories of an exciting experience. Thanks to considerably more bandwidth in the States, we can now check out videos of the descriptive scenes in Bolen’s blog and meet the people that were a part of his life for so many months.

Bolen’s blog will continue to be updated with news of American Voices and the fates of the students of the academy.

To read Dr. Bradley Bolen’s blog, click here.

To read the alumni association’s coverage of Dr. Bolen’s trip, click here.

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