The first day of official class here in Paris was one to never be forgotten. The students were paired into groups of two and assigned a church or cathedral in city of Paris to give a short presentation about. The class, and the professor, walked to these sites throughout the day.

 

Group of people standing and listening as a person speaks.

The first site that was visited on the tour was St. Germaine du Pres. The group that presented was Xavier Taylor-Burton and Ferguson Cochran.

 

Two people are posing in front of building. A person is walking in the left side of the picture.

The second site on the tour was St. Julien-le-Pauvre. The group that presented was Naomi Mareschal and Lauren Cantu.

 

A group of people standing in front of a building.

The third site on the tour was St. Merri. The presenters for this site were Morgan Bourgeois and Laila Jones.

 

Two people standing in the foreground. There is building, and people walking, in the background.

The fourth stop on the tour was St. Eustache. The presentation was given by Tuan Nyguen and Willie Goliday II.

 

Two people standing on steps in a front of building presenting to people in front of them.

Right after a break for lunch, the site that was visited next was St. Roch. The presentation for this site was given by Erin Steinkamp and Hailey Rodrigue.

 

Group of people sitting on the bases of columns, and 3 people standing.

The next stop on the tour was La Madeleine. The presentation was given by Megan Lavergne and Madeleine Juneau.

 

People standing in front of a building, speaking and listening. People are walking in the background.

The last stop on the tour was St. Sulpice. This presentation was given by our Interior Design students, Laura Casanova and Marianne Newall.

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