Native American Spirituality

Native people inhabited the Americas well before Europeans arrived in the 10th (Norse) and 16th (Iberian) centuries. Native cultures are inextricably tied to the American

The Philosophy of Happiness

This course will examine a range of questions about the nature of happiness. What is happiness, and why does it matter? Is it the main

Ethics

Justice. Equality. Dignity. Freedom. Responsibility. In Ethics, students explore these and other key ethical concepts. In this class, we will practice skillful use of clear,

Campaigns & Elections

As the United States heads into its midterm elections, this course will put the headlines of the news cycle in historical perspective and challenge students

Sport in Society

Sports act as a mirror that reflects who we were, who we are, and who we want to be. This class prepares students to be

Health Seminar I

In this introductory health class students will engage in discussions that will expand their understanding of what it means to be healthy. We will embrace

Studio/Production

How is today’s music put together? What path does music take from the time it leaves the creator until it arrives in your ear .

Intro to Studio Art

Anyone can learn how to draw! This course is intended to be a first experience in the visual arts. Students will be introduced to the

3-D Design

With an examination of basic design concepts, projects in this course are focused on experiencing the creative and iterative process. Students will develop solutions to

Digital Filmmaking

We will create ambitious video projects while taking inspiration from the history of filmmaking and its latest innovations. Storytelling through film will be our focus.

Photography

This course offers an opportunity to investigate the formal elements of both digital and film photography, while exploring the potential for creative expression and visual