September 10, 2007
Café Senegal to meet weekly
Augusta, Ga. – Two Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistants assigned to Augusta State University for the academic year have set up a program to share the language and culture of their native Senegal with faculty, staff, and students. Each Tuesday until the week of Thanksgiving, Racine Bocar Sow and Baïdy Dièye will hold Café Senegal, a series of presentations about their homeland, from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the Jaguar Student Activities Center Hardy Meeting Room.
In addition to the sessions, the pair is also learning about American culture, politics, and history. Mr. Sow and Mr. Dièye—who arrived on the ASU campus for a tour and briefing on Aug. 10—are currently auditing classes and living in ASU’s on-campus housing, University Village.
The schedule for Café Senegal includes:
For more information, call ASU’s Office of Study Abroad at 706-729-2306.