The conflict in Egypt is disrupting a semester that UW-Madison student Kelsey Eaton has been planning for months."I was so ready. We had trips planned, we were going to go sailing in Greece, going to Amsterdam," Eaton said.Eaton is one of six students that were supposed to be studying abroad in Egypt this semester. Four students were already in Alexandria, Egypt, when the protests began. All have been sent home safely. Eaton didn't even get that far. The university canceled the program indefinitely just four days before her flight to Cairo."I was really aggravated, to put it nicely. I really wanted to go … maybe not to be a part of the protests, but to watch because they're making history," Eaton said.The junior is studying Middle East politics, so the current uprising is especially interesting to her. Now, instead of acclimating to Egyptian culture, she's scrambling to salvage her semester. She's already enrolled in three classes."I have to find a place to live and I also have to apply for my next study abroad program, that's due Friday," Eaton said, who is hoping to study in London this summer, barring an English uprising.