College offers summer classes in D.C.

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February 8, 2008

4:14 PM

This past Wednesday, the College announced four classes that will be offered this summer in Washington D.C. The courses, divided into two sessions, will include three English classes and one philosophy class.

p. During the first summer session, lasting from May 27 to June 27, the English classes “The Harlem Renaissance in Washington” and “Language of the Land: Literary Washington, D.C.” will be offered.
During the second summer session, lasting from June 30 to Aug. 1, the philosophy class “Ethics” and English class “Preserving American Culture and Letters” will be offered.

p. The W&M in Washington Summer Session allows students to take General Education Requirements and major/minor courses at the Washington campus of the College. All fees will be equivalent to those of the summer sessions offered at the Williamsburg campus.

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