January Term Courses Cover Wide Variety of Topics

Courses on Hip-Hop Culture, Leadership, and 1960s Music Among Offerings

December 23, 2014 – Trinity’s January Term enters its second year, part of a three-year pilot program allowing students to enroll in a half-credit course. Working closely with a faculty member in a small class setting, students can explore a diverse array of topics. Classes typically meet over 20 hours, between January 5 and 16, on and off campus.

This January, students will be studying such subjects as “Contemporary Issues in Hip-Hop Culture,” “Downton Abbey in Historical Context,” “Envisioning Yourself as a Leader,” “Music in the 1960s,” and “The Godfather: The Art of Hard Choices.”

More than 70 students are registered for J-Term courses. A full listing of course offerings is listed on the January Term Web site.