Seth Cropsey, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and director of Hudson’s Center for American Seapower, will deliver the 2016 Erik S. Kristensen Memorial Lecture titled “Patriotism in the 21st Century” at St. John’s College.
After Navy evened the score in the 2015 Annapolis Cup, friends and teammates Joe Gillespie-Hill (A17) and Stefan Vasic (A17) found themselves behind in the deciding match of the tournament.
In the spring of 1791, President George Washington visited St. John’s College.
Graduating seniors received practical advice about life after St. John’s from the Financial Aid, Alumni, and Career Services offices along with six recent alumni.
The St. John's croquet team practiced on the front lawn on March 29 as it prepares for the 2016 Annapolis Cup.
For St. John's College croquet players, a Gary Dunkelberger mallet has become as much a part of the Annapolis Cup as a great costume and the drive to beat Navy. Meet the man behind the mallets.
Erik Neave (A16) pursued a career in music, met his wife while touring in Germany, bought a house, and ran for mayor in his hometown—all before stepping foot in a St. John’s classroom.
The Career Services and Alumni Offices launched a job shadow program in Annapolis to connect current students with alumni.
Eleni Bozori (AGI16) moved from Athens to Annapolis to attend the Graduate Institute at St. John's College.
University of Illinois professor Vicki Mahaffey will present this year’s Steiner lecture at St. John’s College, in which she will demonstrate that the greatest challenge in understanding James Joyce’s Ulysses is not in fact intellectual, but emotional.