I am ecstatic for Dr. Rahe’s class on the Constitutional Convention. It will be my senior year and I have yet to take a Rahe class, but I have heard many wonderful things about his classes.
I’m really stoked for Advanced Wilderness Survival. The first Wilderness Survival course kindled a love of fire-starting, flint-knapping, and herbal medicine in me. I know Mr. Kellan will bring the heat with advanced curriculum, especially since he has a lit reputation in the Pathfinder Survival School, but he takes the time to answer all of our burning questions. All in all, I can’t wait to lite the fire of learning in that class next semester.
History of Spain, which illustrates how a deeply conservative and Christian people responded to events (industrialization, nationalism, communism, socialism, etc.) in very different ways than those in the familiar Anglo-American narrative.
I’m really excited about the Researching Family History seminar. There’s a legend in my family that we’re related to Cy Young on my dad’s side, and this is the perfect opportunity to really look into it and see if it’s true (or not). I’ve never attempted to research my own family tree like this before, and I think it’ll be really fascinating.