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May 19, 2022
The class poses at the entrance to the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, a region famous for the many hominid species discovered there. During their week at the Cradle of Humankind, the students visited several archaeological sites and worked on a dig. Front row: Adam Nemeroff, an instructional designer who traveled with the class; Jessica Kittleberger ’18; Kathy Li ’17; Keira Byno ’19; Elizabeth T. K. (Kalei) Akau ’18; Katherine Clayton ’18; Lauren Gruffi ’17; Olivia Wiener ’19; Cindy Ramirez ’18; Saemi Han ’18. Back row: Ellison McNutt GR; Jacqueline Saralegui ‘18; Julia Cohen ‘18; Jeremy DeSilva, one of the professors leading the class; Sarah Miller ‘19; Eric (??? Driver); Abigail Reynolds ‘17; Nathaniel Dominy, a professor who led the class with DeSilva; Erica Ng ’19; Michael Everett ‘19., South Africa, Anthropology 70
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