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A Little Something For All Tastes in Summer Offerings at CLE


June 2, 2003 :: No. 252

What: Free summer offerings from Continuing Learning Experience feature lectures on topics ranging from eye care to American history.
Where: Mackey Auditorium in the Ruby Gerontology Center

Getting a Clear Look at Your Vision
Alternate Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-noon June 3-July 29
Presented by administrators and faculty members of the Southern California College of Optometry.

June 3 — “An Overview of the Southern California College of Optometry”
June 17 — “Macular Degeneration-Glaucoma”
July 1 — “Diabetes: What Is It and How Does It Threaten Our Vision?” and “Why Is It Important to Get Your Grandchildren’s Eyes Examined?”
July 15 — “Aging! We All Do It! What Can We Expect From Our Eyes as We Enter the Golden Years,” plus “Unique Eyewear — What’s New in Materials, Lenses and Sunglasses?”
July 29 — “What’s New in Laser and Non-Laser Eye Surgeries?” and “Ask the Doctor! Miscellaneous Questions and Answers Concerning Vision”

Eclectic Series — Summer II
Alternate Thursdays, 1:15-3:15 p.m. June 5-July 31
Among the presenters will be a CSUF faculty member and Los Angeles Times art writer.

June 5 — “The Ethics of Death and Dying”
June 19 — “The Ethics of Medical Technology”
July 3 — “Why Everyone Needs an Advance Directive”
July 17 — “Norton Simon: How America’s Most Controversial Businessman Became the Nation’s Preeminent Postwar Collector”
July 31 — “The Forbidden City of Beijing”

Review of the 20th Century
Alternate Thursdays, 10 a.m.-noon June 12-Aug. 7
Presented by CLE member and longtime educator Bob Linn

June 12 — “Franklin D. Roosevelt, Part 1 and Part 2”
June 26 — “Franklin D. Roosevelt, Part 1 and Part 2” (continued)
July 10 — “Biography of Eleanor Roosevelt”
July 24 — “The 1940s”
Aug. 7 — “The Cold War Begins

Cost: The series is open to the public free of charge.
Background: CLE is a self-governing university support group of almost 800 retired and semiretired individuals dedicated to the pursuit of lifelong learning.
Media Contact: CLE at 657-278-2446

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