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American Home Visit!

About once a month, the Intensive English Program students get to go to an American home nearby, and get to experience fun, American style. Last week, a group of students went to Darrel and Cheryl Eppler's home to bake cookies and play games! Baking cookies from scratch is something that no longer has to be done for it is so easy to pull them out of a package and put them in the oven, but it was so enjoyable to learn how to do that and see everything that goes into a single cookie!
American Home Visit!
American Home Visit!
American Home Visit!
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American Home Visit!
American Home Visit!
 After putting together the chocolate chip cookies, we baked them for only about 10 minutes, then were able to eat them. We also made sugar cookies, but those came in a package. We decorated them with frosting and devoured them as well!
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American Home Visit!American Home Visit!
American Home Visit!
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After eating cookies, fruit, and popcorn, we sat...

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Long Weekend, Lots of Fun!

This past weekend was Labor Day weekend, and in America, a lot happens on this weekend! It became a United States federal holiday in 1894, and originated as a celebration of workers and their families for all the trade and labor that had taken place. Traditionally, in America, Labor Day is a symbol of the end of summer, involving much rest and parties. It also marks the beginning of NFL and college football seasons! However, at DBU, it has been a weekend of fun for different international clubs on campus!
Long Weekend, Lots of Fun!
Friday, during lunch, was the monthly S.A.S.A. (South Asian Student Association) meeting. We went to the dining hall on campus to eat and enjoy each others' company. Since we were at the dining hall, we were able to eat whatever we wanted and as much as we wanted. We laughed and joked, having a blast during the middle of the...

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