Saint Martin's begins first of summer session 2004 classes
Wednesday, May 5, 2004
Lacey, Wash. - Saint Martin’s College will begin
the “early bird” portion of its Summer Session 2004 classes May 17, with
classes finishing by June 25. The second series of summer session
classes will run from June 28 through Aug. 6 at the main campus. Summer
term courses at the college’s extension campuses at Fort Lewis Army Post
and McChord Air Force Base will be from May 17 to July 13.
The summer curriculum is planned with the diverse
needs of the community in mind. Among this year’s session I offerings
are courses in Shakespeare, civil liberties and international business
and the economy. In the second session are such courses as world
literature, beauty and American culture and America, Russia and the Cold
War. Both summer sessions offer numerous courses in education and
business administration at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Also offered will be the College’s 21st annual
Spiritual Life Institute, June 21-25. This year’s institute is themed
“Transforming Our Lives and Our World: Creativity, Poetic Vision and the
Spiritual Journey Towards Peace and Justice” and offers participants an
opportunity to reflect on the role of creativity and imagination in
personal and social transformation.
Summer activities for youth will include a science
and engineering camp for high schoolers, a large array of band and
orchestra classes in the summer music program and sports camps in golf,
baseball, fastpitch softball, basketball and volleyball.
For more information about Saint Martin’s
College’s Summer Session 2004, please contact Prof. Leslie G. Bailey,
director of summer session, (360) 438-4341;
or visit the college’s website,
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