Designed to give the college-aged youth fresh insights into crises of contemporary conjugality. Professor Emeritus Grover C. Whisp will discuss such concepts as "Is two company?"; "The sociological balance of the extended family"; "Orgasms made easy." A special feature of this course is the three-part lecture "Variety is the spouse of life," led by the former Mrs. Whisps. Note: Due to a lack of registrants, the seminar on Making Marriage Work will not be given this semester.
Guided by the Reverend Doctor Fielmaus, author of Making the Scene Godwise and Other Sermons, this course will deal with such problems as: "Just how dead is God?"; "Is relevance relevant?"; "Can modern man live a moral life while not giving a damn?" In line with the democratic principles he has so long espoused, Reverend Fielmaus says: "Participation by all students will be encouraged and equal weight will be given to everyone's opinions."
No modern scholar, whatever his special competence, can ignore the impact on educational practice of those two British authorities, W. C. Sellar and R. J. Yeatman, the authors of 1066 and All That. It fell to these courageous innovators to redefine the word "memorable" to mean not what should be remembered but what can be remembered.
This realistic principle has since been increasingly applied in the colleges and universities. Notable achievements have been made in reducing the number of Great Ideas and Men to a manageable figure,