Earlier in the semester as part of orientation and towards the end as part of our Language and Culture Practicum class, we visited the Makumbusho Village Museum here in Dar Es Salaam. The students carefully observed the variety of architecture in more than 40 model homes representing different ethnic groups from around Tanzania. It was a great way to learn about local culture, art, and social structures of the different communities. We rounded up our visit to the museum with a feast of traditional African foods from different parts of the mainland and enjoyed a show of traditional dances and acrobatics. It was a good mix of education and entertainment to calm down the stress of final exams on campus at the end of the semester.