Did you take a class in high school or college that stood above the rest? One that was more fun, interesting, or unusual than the others? Maybe it was about silent film history with a live piano accompaniment, or maybe it was a wine and beer appreciation class.
School will be back in session in just a few weeks, but this hour, we go back to class a bit early to learn about some of the most interesting classes being taught in our area, including courses on witchcraft and witch hunts, the Broken Earth series, the chemistry of indulgence, and more. In studio:
- Tom Devaney, associate professor of history at the University of Rochester
- Margaret Kaminsky, chair of the Chemistry and Geosciences Department at Monroe Community College
- Beth McCoy, distinguished teaching professor of English at SUNY Geneseo