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December 11, 2018

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American Architecture - it's a class open to the community

Ray Schuck presents subject in Tuesday evening classes

Community members can join ONU students for the course “American Architecture: Understanding the World Around You” during spring semester. The course will examine the importance of architecture in understanding history and the built environment.

Community member taking the course on a non-credit basis can attend free of charge.

The first class will meet from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 16 and will continue each Tuesday in the Dicke Building, except during spring break March 5-9.

Assistant Professor of History Ray Schuck will teach the course. He is retired as director of the Allen County Museum in Lima, Ohio, and is currently director of the public history/museum studies program at ONU.

Individuals who are not ONU students can attend course sessions without enrolling, and a schedule of topics will be available so non-ONU students can select which discussions to attend. Community members who wish to enroll will have options to take the course as a senior citizen or auditor, and information on those options will be available through the registrar’s office.