Fulbright: The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri


Trip to The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri

The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri

Pictures taken in the Gateway Arch, St. Louis, Missouri

Inside the Gateway Arch (after 630 feet)
Before getting inside the building of the Gateway Arch
Welcome to the Gateway Arch in St. Louis
Welcome to the Gateway Arch - Jefferson National Expansion to the West
In front of the Gateway Arch, St. Louis
With Jaouad Naji (from Morrocco) and Jenje Olayhemmie (from Nigeria) in the Peak of the Gateway Arch 2011
Inside the Gateway Arch (at the Basemet) - From left to right: Jaouad Naji (from Morrocco), me, Jenje Olayhemmie and Kola Tubosun (from Nigeria). We are all Fulbrighters in SIUE!

Fulbright: “America I Am”


Trip to Missouri History Museum – Learning about the development of African-American People in the United States:

Trip to Missouri History Museum

 

Ticket to enter the Missouri Histrory Museum

 

Standing in front of the statue of Thomas Jefferson

 

A picture taken inside the museum
A quotation from the museum

 

A quotation in the museum

 

A view inside the museum

 

The Museum

 

In front of the museum

 

I went to this trip with the members in Commons Building (Cougar Village) of SIUE in 2011. It was on September 24, 2011, my birthday date!

Anyway, I am amazed to know how big the influences of African-American people in the United States. So far, I have seen many talented artists and well-known authors who have contributed their best to the advancement of the United States.