By SAMANTHA JOHNSON Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Fourth-year education students Matthew Wass, Tanisha Preston and Morgan Fishley are three of the seven from Medicine Hat College going on a much-anticipated trip to Costa Rica that leaves on Feb.18. Wass is “looking forward to learning about the culture. As a future teacher, it’s important to embrace different cultures within our own classrooms. Classrooms are more diverse nowadays, so I think it is a great benefit to have knowledge of other cultures and bring that back in.” Preston is primarily looking forward to seeing the differences in Indigenous cultures. “I’m Cree and Metis, it will be interesting to compare our cultural teachings and way of life to the BriBri community in Costa Rica,” said Preston. Preston also feels,
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