University Fellows courses are conducted in learning communities, course pairings that emphasize the coherence of ideas. When you take Western Intellectual Tradition I: The Heritage of Greece and Rome, you’ll be with the same University Fellows in Writing and Rhetoric. Western Intellectual Tradition II: Christianity from Antiquity to the Renaissance is paired with Biblical Perspectives so that discussions of Biblical scholarship are reinforced by early Christian intellectual developments. Western Intellectual Tradition III: Reformation, Revolution, and Enlightenment pairs well with Scientific Inquiry’s discussions of the history and philosophy of science. In Western Intellectual Tradition IV, the only course without a learning community, students look at all of their learning in Fellows courses as a context for understanding modernity.