From Roza's blog:
Things got much more exciting when we were taken out of the villages and introduced to Zulu dancing and singing. The entire audience was just blown away by the performance. When the show ended, we kept asking for more and more, till finally they said it was way past our time and we had to leave. The African drums, tribal singing and dancing definitely got all of us singing and dancing, and we even stood around afterward to ask the performers to take pictures with us.
July 15, 2011
Roza, a Hunt Scholar and Mustang Scholar at SMU, is blogging about her experiences this summer in South Africa and Washington, D. C.
She starts the summer with a four-week study program that introduces students to South African history and culture. Roza then travels to Washington, D.C., as the 2011 Jack C. and Annette K. Vaughn Foreign Service and International Affairs intern, through SMU's John Goodwin Tower Center for Political Studies. She is working at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars with the center's Global Health Initiative.
Roza, currently a junior, is majoring in communication studies in Meadows School of the Arts and political science in Dedman College.
Read her blog and see her photos.
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