Dig Up the Past
"Are you getting eaten alive? Welcome to Field School," jokes Zack Matthews, an intern on site at the Ohio Field School in Archaeology.
Music drifted through the forest as a dozen students and a swarm of mosquitoes welcomed me to the lively dig site this summer.
The ANTH 4911 course is a requirement for Anthropology majors specializing in archaeology. It's a 15-16 week double summer session getting down and dirty Monday through Wednesday, 8 a.m. to noon—and every single student on site wouldn't want to be anywhere else.
- Read more in "A Summer in the Dirt, and Career Plans Taking Shape."