According to its ad in the Washington Post‘s “Weekend” section, Randolph Macon Academy offers summer-camp courses in “computer game programming with Jurassic Park and Doom creators,” “Journalism & Politics with James Carville (D) and Steve Newman (R),” “S.A.T. Prep,” and “marksmanship.” Kids at other camps may return with memories and poison ivy, but how many of them can make a Doom patch for each ’96 presidential candidate, blow Bob Dole away with uncanny accuracy, and describe the experience as saturnalian?