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St. John’s Prepares Student to Teach Literature

Graduating senior Will Brown (A16) shares how the St. John's Program prepared him to teach literature at a Great Hearts Academy in Phoenix, Arizona.

Posted by Brady Lee on May 6, 2016

Student Launches Career in Teaching, Psychology

Meggie O’Neill (A16) talks about the impact of learning through discussion and how her time at St. John's College informs her career plans after graduation.

Posted by Brady Lee on May 4, 2016

Graduating Senior Shares Job Search Process

Max Silbiger (A16) shares how a Hodson Trust Internship, a Pathways Fellowship, and a lot of hard work prepared him for a career in web development after graduation.

Posted by Brady Lee on May 3, 2016

Graduate Institute Prepares Student for Career in Philosophy

Graduate student Tyler VanOstrand (AGI16) talks about conversation, community, and the role of tutors at St. John's.

Posted by Brady Lee on April 29, 2016

Croquet 2016: Annapolis Cup Photo Gallery

Photo gallery from St. John's College's 3-2 victory over the U.S. Naval Academy in the 2016 Annapolis Cup.

Posted by Brady Lee on April 25, 2016

Mentorship Has Its Rewards

Mentorship Has Its Rewards
John Monday (SF19) will receive Congress’ highest award for youth

Posted by Chris Gruber on April 22, 2016

Student To Coach Soccer After Graduation

Noe Jimenez (A16), imperial wicket of the croquet team and intramural captain, talks about how he came to St. John’s College and his plans after he graduates.

Posted by Brady Lee on April 22, 2016

St. John’s Student to Teach and Serve After Graduation

After graduation, student Joe Kensok (A16) will serve as the assistant director of enrichment at a middle school in Milwaukee.

Posted by Brady Lee on April 21, 2016

Croquet: St. John’s Defeats Navy in 2016 Annapolis Cup

For the second straight year, St. John’s College defeated the U.S. Naval Academy in the Annapolis Cup.

Posted by Brady Lee on April 18, 2016

Imperial Wicket Builds Croquet Team into Family

Imperial Wicket Noe Jimenez (A16) works to care for and encourage his teammates, and to ensure “they are not stressed out by the game or by how they’re playing.”

Posted by Brady Lee on April 15, 2016

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