Friday, June 26, 2009

Cross-Country Travelers Visit Indy on Sunday

Ten students and two faculty members from Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., is in the midst of a 40-day cross-country summer road trip to rediscover America. Theme of their 9,300 mile trip is "What Does It Mean to Be an American?"

On Sunday (28 June), their chartered sleeper bus arrives in Indianapolis. They'll chronicle their experiences on their daily blog as they attend Sunday services at Lockerbie Central United Methodist Church, visit the Gardens of the Indianapolis Museum of Art Gardens, have lunch at Bazbeaux Pizza and tour Broad Ripple Avenue, visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and walk the Mass Ave Cultural District and the new pedestrian greenway downtown.

The 10 Belmont University students from across the United States are accompanied by Dr. Ken Spring, Belmont University Sociology Department Chair, and Dr. Andi Stepnick, Belmont University Associate Professor of Sociology.

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