The German Club, in cooperation with the American Association of Teachers of German of South Carolina, hosted a German Summit on February 14 in the Hendrix Student Center. Clemson University, USC-Upstate, Furman University and the College of Charleston were represented to provide information about their German programs to high school students of German and to encourage them to continue the study of this language at the college level. In all, there were 120 students from eight different high schools from the Upstate and Midlands. Events included station activities, presentations by college German programs and a panel of students and alumni from represented colleges.
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