Twenty-five students from Kent State University participated in the fifth annual spring break study abroad trip to Poland. This year’s group was the largest and consisted of students from different majors and backgrounds as well as five adult guest students. This marked the first time five Kent State students from the Trumbull campus joined the trip as did four students from the Florence program. “For me, it’s always a thrill to see all the sites again through the eyes of the young students and to hope that they will learn about the past and be able to connect to their own humanity,” said Chaya Kessler, Jewish studies program director at Kent State. “You have to bring your heart and soul to this experience.” The students were asked to keep a journal and prepare a final presentation. The students shared their final projects and described the impact the trip had on them at a Polish lunch hosted by the dean of arts and sciences.