Agoralicious: A taste of Agora '12
Photo by Journalism Agora class Sophomore Alana Robsenbaum bites into a papusa she made during "Street food: A look at Global Hunger." Street Food is taught by sophomores Havah Berg and Mara Dolan during fourth period.
Published: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 - 5:41pm
Have you ever wanted to learn how to hit someone without hurting them? Or what people around the world eat? Have you been dying to get your hands on a volleyball or test your skills with a scholastic bowl competition?
You can do all those things and many more during this year's Agora Days. You can also learn a few basics of journalism, which is what the students who took these photos are doing. So you can thank the people in Introduction to Uni Journalism for this coverage of the 2012 Agora classes.
Agora '12 Photo Essay
Sophomores Niyah Jackson and Havah Berg prepare tasty treats during "Street Food: A look at global hunger." Taught by Berg and fellow sophomore Mara Dolan, this class focuses on the diet of lower-class people in various parts of the globe.
Teachers Doug West and senior Maia Gersten demonstrate the proper way to stand in a stage in the Stage Combat Workshop class while theater teacher Chris Guyotte and subfreshmen Dong-Ha Son and Joon Young Park observe the action.
Junior Juliana Trach goes up for the serve while subfreshmen Carter Stencil and Tiye Barake prepare for the return in an Agora volleyball game. The fourth-period class is taught by Trach and fellow junior Jo Ellen Machesky.