Willkommen in Rom. Drei Tage in der Altstadt

Cal Shelley has posted his impressions about visiting Rome during the spring tour in German and English. Er stromerte durch Rom!

The following blog entry has been composed by Maya Sellier for her German class . It was chosen by her fellow students to become part of this blog.

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FA 203 Field Trip to the Marble Quarry in Adnet

Text composed by Mag.a Eva Weiler, photos by Mag.a  Ingrid Hubner-Ebner, Veronika Prömer, Mag.a Eva Weiler

Little do we know about the origins of Art. We don’t know when and where people started making the first visual representations, or even why they started doing so in the first place. Was it only a way to kill time?

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Never forgotten

By Kaitlyn Coakley

November 9, 1938: Kristallnacht, or “The Night of Broken Glass” across Nazi Germany. This fateful night, when the Nazi’s terrorized, burned, smashed businesses and homes belonging (primarily) to the Jewish population. However, targeted individuals also included homosexuals, individuals with physical and mental health disabilities, and many more based on a variety of different reasons for persecution. Thousands of people were arrested and immediately sent to concentration camps. Police turned away, and this night has not been forgotten since.

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