By Shannon Sigafoos

In late December, when the rest of the Lafayette community was enjoying the traditional holiday break, 43 students representing a multitude of academic disciplines departed Easton to become explorers of two new areas they had never before visited—and the opportunity to immerse themselves in the geography, culture, people, and traditions of Senegal, West Africa, and the Hawaiian Islands.

GEOL 150, The Geographical Evolution of the Hawaiian Islands, was led by Lawrence Malinconico, associate professor of geology/geophysics, and John Wilson, laboratory coordinator for geology and environmental sciences. Meanwhile, INDS 174, Global Senegal, Alternative Modernities, was led by Wendy Wilson-Fall, associate professor and chair of Africana Studies, and Rochelle Keesler, director of the office of international and off-campus education.

This photo gallery, featuring images from both trips contributed by Prof. Wilson (Hawaii), Yazdan Basir ’22 (Senegal) and Sam Iacavazzi ’22 (Senegal), showcases how course objectives shaped each unique experience the students took part in.ad

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1 Comment

  1. Ibrahim Adam says:

    It will be a great adventure to join the Lafayette community this fall 2022.
    I pray Allah brings me to Lafayette College .

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