It’s not listed under the physics requirements in the catalogue, but David Lee, professor of physics, brings his knowledge and expertise to another class he’s teaching this semester: Fly Fishing. On the first day of the fourth quad semester and on a perfect March day—with temperatures in the 80s—Lee grabbed 16 rods for his students (eight women and eight men) who joined him on the Quad. They talked about mass density, the weight of objects, and of course, wrist techniques. Lee has taught the course before  at Gordon, and sees it as a good way to bring physics outside.