A showcase of students' artistic and scholarly responses to the Albert Gallatin Scholars' trip to South Africa, the America Scholars' trip to Cuba, and the Dean's Honor Society's trip to the Galápagos islands.
“When travelling, instead of taking pictures, I like to collect a paper trail.” Playing with the traditions of scrapbooking and zine making.
"Most of us are used to being “locals” in New York City . . . The role reversal that we experienced upon arriving in South Africa that initially left many people uncomfortable."
“During our visit to South Africa, my greatest test came when the rest of the group and I were blessed with a street performance of Zulu war dances.” Poems.
"The intersections of my identity became points of confusion for me: I was Black like the people I was seeing, but I wasn’t African. I did not even know if I should call myself African-American or if I was being seen as just American, or if it mattered."