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Lecture by Rahwa Amha, Oglethorpe University student. Amha discusses her experiences in the USA and abroad as an Ethiopian American. Amha, who was born in Atlanta, has also lived for an extended period of time in Saudi Arabia and Ethiopia and explores the cultural shift and adjustment which has become second nature to her. Free for OUMA members or with a Petrel Pass. General admission: $5. Hosted in conjunction with the exhibit “Beta Israel: Ethiopian Jews and the Promised Land,” running through April 21, 2013. More information: museum.oglethorpe.edu.
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Oglethorpe University has more than 1,000 students representing 34 states and 36 countries. The Princeton Review's The Best Colleges ranked Oglethorpe in its prestigious list in several places and also named it a Best Southeastern College. Oglethorpe University is Georgia's only co-educational member of the Annapolis Group, an organization of America's most selective liberal arts institutions. Oglethorpe's academically rigorous programs emphasize intellectual curiosity, individual attention and encouragement, close collaboration among faculty and students, and active learning in relevant field experiences. Oglethorpe is committed to supporting the success of all students in a diverse community characterized by civility, caring, inquiry, and tolerance.
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