Alexandra Goetz (A12) works for the U.S. government and is a St. John’s College alumna making a difference.
St. John’s College inaugurated new president John Spangler Kieffer on October 25, 1947. Kieffer succeeded Stringfellow Barr, who along with Scott Buchanan implemented the New Program at St. John’s.
Grace Athanas-Linden (A17) and Joe Roberts (A16) are captains of the Spartans, one of the five intramural teams at St. John’s College in Annapolis.
Christopher With, educator (retired), National Gallery of Art, will lecture on “Time is a River without Banks: Marc Chagall and Book Illustrations, 1925-1930” at St. John’s College.
Returning to St. John’s College for the eighth consecutive year, the Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet will perform music by Beethoven, Augusta Read Thomas, and Schumann.
From her first experience in a St. John's College classroom in her home town of Tbilisi, Georgia, Elizabeth Akhvlediani (A17) has made an impact in class and beyond.
Elisabeth McClure (A08) is a fellow at the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and a Johnnie making a difference.
From a back campus bonfire to an international potluck dinner at the president's house, the international community at St. John's College is vibrant and active.
The 1933 Rat-Tat Yearbook for St. John's College contains some classic views of its Annapolis campus.
The Annapolis Career Services Office is in the midst of a busy fall helping students network and prepare for their careers after St. John’s College.