Students from the English 113 Composition II class taught by Sarah Young, Ph.D., visited
the Cline House Museum in Angola on Jan. 18. The students are, as a class, compiling
a book about the history of Angola and Trine University. Jim Somers of the Steuben
County Historical Society hosted the students as they conducted research.
Top photo: Jarrett Himebaugh, left, a freshman from Elkhart, Indiana, and Jaeger Derouin, a sophomore
from Angola, Indiana, look through a law book in the Cline House Museum. (Photos by
Ethan Simmons, a freshman from Scotts, Michigan, and Rachael Liberty, a freshman
from Auburn, Indiana, check out an old typewriter at the museum.
Cameron Barnes, a freshman from Coldwater, Michigan, and Spencer Smolarz, a sophomore
from Colon, Michigan, look at the museum's Edison phonograph.
Kalib White, a freshman from Albany, Indiana, examines pieces of an old game.
Zac Bauman, a senior from Centreville, Michigan, takes notes near an old artificial
Christmas tree in the museum.