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Alumni Q&A: Heather Wilde, Unicorn Whisperer

Since graduating from St. John’s College, Heather Wilde (A99) has exhibited the versatility of a St. John’s education. She’s worked for startups and large corporations as a flight attendant, a director of HR, and helped launch an online service company. We caught up with Wilde, who was just named to the Board of Advisors at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, School of Engineers.

Originally Posted on bradylee, April 8, 2015

King William Players Perform “Arcadia” at St. John’s College

The King William Players, St. John’s College’s student theater troupe, will perform a production of the play “Arcadia” at St. John’s College. The production is directed by St. John’s senior Carlos Henninger. Written in 1993 by Tom Stoppard, who is regarded as one of the most significant contemporary playwrights in the English language, “Arcadia” is praised by critics as a witty masterpiece that engages the mind and emotions.

Originally Posted on bradylee, April 8, 2015

Croquet Q&A: Stephanie Hurn Plays with the Gods

As the St. John’s College croquet team gears up for this year’s Annapolis Cup against the U.S. Naval Academy, we wanted to give access to the players’ lighter sides. Today sophomore Stephanie Hurn (A17) takes center stage

Originally Posted on bradylee, April 6, 2015

April Literary Events in Santa Fe

Originally Posted on cgruber, April 2, 2015

Croquet Q&A: Sebastian Abella Keeps Things Simple, Rational

As the St. John’s College croquet team gears up for this year’s Annapolis Cup against the U.S. Naval Academy, we wanted to give access to the players’ lighter sides. Here is one of the team’s six seniors, Sebastian Abella (A15).

Originally Posted on bradylee, April 1, 2015

Croquet Q&A: The Faces of "Sunshine" Joe Gillespie-Hill

As the St. John’s College croquet team gears up for this year’s Annapolis Cup against the U.S. Naval Academy, we wanted to give access to the players’ lighter sides. Last week we heard from Stefan Vasic (A17). Next up is Joe Gillespie-Hill (A17).

Originally Posted on bradylee, March 31, 2015

Lecture at St. John’s College Explores Great Works of 14th-Century Literature

Robert Hanning, professor emeritus of English and classical literature at Columbia University, will give a lecture titled “Aristotle on the Arno, Plato on the Thames: Prudence, Performance, and Probability in the ‘Decameron’ and the ‘Canterbury Tales’” at St. John’s College. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Francis Scott Key Auditorium on Friday, April 10 at 8 p.m.

Originally Posted on bradylee, March 30, 2015

RE-CYCLE: SJC Bike Share Begins

The student-run Environmental Club, in conjunction with the Athletics Department, began its RE-CYCLE: SJC Bike Share on March 30 at St. John’s College. The program allows St. John's students, faculty, and staff to borrow, free of charge, a bicycle from the gymnasium to use for one day.

Originally Posted on bradylee, March 30, 2015

St. John’s Junior Wins Santa Fe Poetry Contest

Originally Posted on cgruber, March 28, 2015