At St. John’s College, students think boldly, collaborate effectively, and explore fearlessly. This education is focused on original thinking and original ideas. By studying the most challenging books and wholeheartedly engaging in thoughtful, lively, and participant-driven discussions, students develop excellence of intellect and imagination. They confront for themselves the ideas that have been, and continue to be, fundamental to shaping the world they will navigate and are ready for any path they choose in life.
Learn about the Great Issues Forum on Saturday featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jack Rakove and other opportunities on campus.
“The 50th Anniversary Class”
Convocation Remarks, August 28, 2014
The Friday night lecture series is open to the public. Click to see the 2014 schedule through November.
Nicholas Kristof recently opined at the New York Times that the current barrage of criticism against the so-called humanities is wrongheaded. “What use,” he asks, “could the humanities be in a digital age?” And he answers, &ld…VIEW ARTICLE