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NDSU offers class on Germans from Russia

A weekly evening class on Germans from Russia begins Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at North Dakota State University. The class is open to anyone who's interested. Participants may register at the first session in Room 209 of Minard Hall on the NDSU ca...

A weekly evening class on Germans from Russia begins Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at North Dakota State University.

The class is open to anyone who's interested. Participants may register at the first session in Room 209 of Minard Hall on the NDSU campus.

Taught by NDSU anthropologist Timothy J. Kloberdanz, the spring semester class will run for 15 weeks. It will examine the cultural and historical background of the various German-speaking groups who settled in Russia, their migration patterns, traditions and folkways and reasons for immigration to America.

People of German-Russian ancestry comprise North Dakota's second-largest ethnic group.

Students who are 65 years and older may take the class for a reduced rate of $35 as part of NDSU's "Project 65."

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For more information call (701) 231-8922.

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