Photo Taken By Seth Haley
My name is Kelly Cramer and I am a sophomore at R-MC. I am a sociology major and
had great experience while in Ghana. I wrote about our experience at the football
match between the Ghanaian Black Stars and Namibia. Attending the game was unforgetable
and one of the best experiences on the trip.
Hello, my name is Seth Haley. I am a sophomore majoring in international studies
and drama. I had the great privilege of going to Ghana this past J-term. There I
saw so many amazing people and things. The most compelling of these were the fanfare,
pride, and excitement centered around the Africa Cup of Nations and Ghana's team,
the Black Stars. Red, yellow, green, and black (colors of Ghana's flag) graced every
car, bike, house, and person. I tried to capture that atmosphere in the pictures
on this website. Some I took and others I selected from photos other people took.
Akwaaba to our site. My name is Steven Matthews and I was one of the lucky voyagers
that had the chance to study abroad in Ghana. The two week experience was overwhelming
to say the least. I am a junior at R-MC, majoring in Accounting and Sociology. The
most memorable experience of the trip for me was the football game between Ghana
and Namibia. The trip as a whole was very impressionable, but in particular the
material culture was especially apparent to me. The exposure of the Africa Cup directed
the focus of manufactures and vendors to the pride of the Ghanaian people and the
advancement of the Black Stars. GO BLACK STARS!
Well everyone, welcome to our site dedicated to Ghana's national football team.My
name is Rodney Nelson and my specific responsibility on this website is to guide
you through the pride and nationalism found across this rapidly developing country.
Ghana is a very proud and honorable nation that supports its football team through
"thick or thin." The honor and admiration the people of Ghana share for their Black
Stars is respectable. I am blessed to have had this incredible experience of traveling
Welcome, my name is Myisha Trice and I had the wonderful opportunity to travel to
Ghana this January with a wonderful group of people.In enjoyed the time we spent
there and will forever cherish the memories that were made. I hope through visiting
our page that you will leave with a sense that you too have been to Ghana.
Hi, my name is Allie Wheeler and I am a sophomore at Randolph Macon. I am a Mathmatics
major and an education minor. I wrote about the Black Stars soccer team and how
they are performing in this years Africa National Cup. I had a great time in Ghana
and enjoyed watching the Black Stars play Namibia. This experience was unforgettable.
Ghana is a beautiful country and I am so glad that I visited it this J-term of 2008.