Ohio State Students will Travel to Cuba

Two groups of Ohio State University at Newark students will embark on a trip later this year and next year that hasn’t been possible since their grandparents were roughly the same age.

Two groups of Ohio State University at Newark students will embark on a trip later this year and next year that hasn’t been possible since their grandparents were roughly the same age.

As part of a four-week course next May called “Cuba: Race, Revolution and Culture,” 15 to 25 students will reside with Cuban families in the capital city of Havana and study Cuban culture first-hand. A group of Ohio State theater students is making a trip to Cuba this December.

“This trip will be transformative for our students,” said Tiyi Morris, associate professor of African American studies and one of the trip’s advisers.

 

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