Learning Outside the Classroom: English Students Visit Harlem

Students learn a lot in the classroom; however, being able to venture outside the classroom for hands-on experience gives students more than knowledge; it gives them memories. This Saturday, October 25th, Professor Knight took her Harlem Renaissance class as well as a number of other English majors to Harlem in New York City. The students visited the Shomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and were shown pieces by Harlem Renaissance artists and afterwards, the students were taken on a tour of Harlem in which they saw the houses of Langston Hughes, Malcolm X, and many other historic landmarks.

Kayla Kyle

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