University of North Texas student Melinda Helms visited Pam Jenkinsís biology classes at Early High School recently. Helms, an anthropology major and history minor who will graduate in May, shared her knowledge with the students, who are currently studying fossils. Helms spoke of her recent endeavor through the Italy Program. She was able to travel to archaeological sites around Rome and Naples, including Pompeii and Herculaneum, with the help of Miami University in Ohio. She clearly demonstrated the different types of fossils through the pictures she brought from her trip and actual fossils the students could view. The teacher and students expressed their thanks to Helms for her visit.