Please check the following,
using your Hawks identity only:
In summer, 3 semester weeks are compressed into each summer week, and each week of readings begins on Wednesday with a test each Tuesday following; each textbook chapter (though not GoogOlympics event) should be noted in 4-5 paragraphs, and each short reading in one paragraph, submitted in the Google form for reports on readings.
When adapted for
course-by-conference, any class session missed will be replaced
with report paragraphs as above, or an alternative.
Current academic requirements are detailed on the Requirements page; requirements for the course adapted to course-by-conference are the same, except that any class session that is missed, shall be replaced with an essay of one typed page, single-spaced on the session's reading or topic -- or, at the discretion of the instructor, by a tutorial session. Honors students: additional readings, presentations, discussion, test questions and a brief paper may be required: see Requirements page
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Recommended but no longer required: Dodd & Oppenheimer, eds, Congress Reconsidered. Popular anthology of perspectives, great for term papers, frequently updated in new editions.Behavior: you are expected to comply with the HC Honor Code and with specific rules placed on our Requirements page above.
Students With Disabilities, HC notice:
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