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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2002 - Academics. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 20, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20875/show/20663.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2002 - Academics. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20875/show/20663

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Title Houstonian 2002
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Transcript AN ANTH ROPOLOOIST S PHOTO ALBUM A TRIP TO NICARAGUA PROVES TO BE A LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR THESE ANTHROPOLOGISTS QUE ES ESO! A group of elementary students in San Ramon peek at the Anthropology students to say Hola! The UH students were able to get a taste of the local people of Nicaragua, -courtesy of Cheryl Guine UHM, LIKE CRRRROR SOMETHING These two Ateles Geojfoyi monkeys sit and wait to see the action the the anthropology students have in store. The students weren't able to get to close to these long legged creatures, since they have been know to bite, -courtesy of Cheryl Guine Last summer a group of college students from around the state took a trip to Nicaragua for anthropology research. The research for many of the students including senior anthropology major Sheryl Guine was the learning experience that they waited a lifetime for. "The trip was a great cultural experience. The field research, especially studying the monkeys, was fascinating," said Guine. Guine's concentration was on monkeys within anthropology so she was able to focus on the students boat ride to Monkey Island. There were many different types of monkeys on the island including; Alloutta Palliata, Atles Geojfoyi and the one pictured above, the Capuchin. "The monkeys were very habit: uated which means they were accustomed to humans, and were not really afraid of us," said Guine. The students stayed in small cabins near the rainforest were they were SMI LE PRETTY! a^e t0 ^e mto tne f°r" This Cupuchin is loving the choco- g§^ TheV also Spent late the anthropology students gave him. Most of the monkeys crawled SOme time With each up to the students to see what they , had to eat. other just having a good -courtesy of Cheryl Guine .• j- .1 . 7 ) time or discussing their research. The students were able to study the culture of the people of Nicaragua. They interacted a small group of elementary aged children close to the area they stayed. "It was pretty interesting to meet the some of the people from Nicaragua. They were interesting and we were able to find out more about their culture," said Guine. Anthropology students also had an exciting opportunity to interact directly with history in the form of the Levi Jordan Plantation in Brazoria. The plantation dated back to 1848, when it was built by Levi Jordan, his family and the people who worked there - as slaves and later as sharecroppers. "It's been an eye-opening experience from what we have been taught. We are finding out and proving that [the slaves] retained most of their cultural aspects and continued to practice them, even if they had to hide them," said Paula Dickens, a master's degree student in anthropology. -Michelle Lehmann OH! LOOK! LOOK! The anthropology students take pictures of the monkeys from their boat. Students used their photographs to go into more depth in their studies, -courtesy of Cheryl Guine TIGHT QUARTERS Cheryl Guine and a colleague chill out in their quarters. The students had small but decent accommodations in Nicaragua, -courtesy of Cheryl Guine. ^cadeniics Anthropology VIOZ