Teaching assistant visits GLHS, talks East African culture

Greater Latrobe Senior High School students Deanna Mylant, Alek Gmuer, (back row) Nathan Lemmon, Dom Panichelle, Max Wilson, Katie Ulishney, Breanna Carini and Owen Miele recently welcomed Kennedy Barasa (back row, fourth from left), a Fulbright Swahili teaching assistant at the University of Pittsburgh, to share East African culture with Spanish, German and Global Studies classes, as well as other interested students. A native of Kenya, Kennedy offered a presentation covering myths and misconceptions about Africa, Swahili greetings, everyday life and more.

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