The worsening crisis in Japan is prompting varied reactions from colleges with students in study abroad programs there. The California State University System is bringing back about 45 students who are there and calling off the plans of another 50 students to travel there soon, the Associated Press reported. Stanford University announced that all 35 of its students in Japan have returned. Students from the University of North Dakota have already returned, Valley News Live reported. While students at the University of Wisconsin at Madison studying in Japan were given the option to come back, most plan to stay, The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported.
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