Composition students visit Angola museum
Students from the English 113 Composition II class taught by Sarah Young, Ph.D., visited the Cline House Museum in Angola on Jan. 18. The students are, as a class, compiling a book about the history of Angola and Trine University. Jim Somers of the Steuben County Historical Society hosted the students as they conducted research.
Top photo: Jarrett Himebaugh, left, a freshman from Elkhart, Indiana, and Jaeger Derouin, a sophomore from Angola, Indiana, look through a law book in the Cline House Museum. (Photos by Jim Somers)
| Ethan Simmons, a freshman from Scotts, Michigan, and Rachael Liberty, a freshman from Auburn, Indiana, check out an old typewriter at the museum.
Cameron Barnes, a freshman from Coldwater, Michigan, and Spencer Smolarz, a sophomore from Colon, Michigan, look at the museum's Edison phonograph.
Kalib White, a freshman from Albany, Indiana, examines pieces of an old game.
Zac Bauman, a senior from Centreville, Michigan, takes notes near an old artificial Christmas tree in the museum.