Published on September 21, 2011  

On October 1, 2011 the German Club will be taking a road trip to Cullman, AL for Oktoberfest.  We will meet in the circle next to Samford Hall at 9 a.m. and will carpool to Cullman. Students may stay as long as they would like, but Professor Ferguson will be returning to Samford at around 2 p.m.  The drive takes 1 hour.

 
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