Baylor to Host Hosei University

July 17, 1996

Baylor University will host 29 students and two leaders from Japan July 29-Aug. 18 as part of the Hosei University program.

The students will study many areas of American culture, including history, religion, economics, criminal justice, youth culture and conversational English.

The students will travel to several recreational and historical spots including San Antonio, The Ballpark in Arlington for a Texas Rangers baseball game, South Fork Ranch in Fort Worth, Frontier Camp in Grapeland, and "Summer Fun" in Belton.

After leaving Baylor, the Hosei students will travel to the Grand Canyon, Los Angeles, and San Francisco before returning home.

Students will stay in residence halls and eat in the cafeterias, except for a three-night homestay.

If anyone is interested in sharing their home with the Hosei students for three nights (Aug. 16-18) or need more information, contact Jack Thornton, university host, at 755-1921.

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