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Bringing the world to Santa Fe College

By and on November 18th, 2011

The 8th Annual World Humanities Expo at Santa Fe College is winding down today with a key note speaker and student prize presentations. Humanities and Foreign Language Department Chair William Little says the expo aims to shed light on what the humanities are. He says students have been working on projects this semester to highlight different areas, including foreign language, digital arts and more.

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The best will be awarded today with a plaque and monetary award. The expo also features artwork, research, lectures and receptions.


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