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.
Marin Skokandic (A12) is a production manager, a Georgetown grad student, and a St. John’s College alumnus making a difference.
St. John’s College tutor Dan Harrell will give a lecture titled “What is a question?” at St. John’s College. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Great Hall in McDowell Hall on Friday, October 16 at 8 p.m.
Undergraduates on the Annapolis campus have a "long weekend" break that starts at the end of seminar October 8 and runs through October 12. Here is a sample of what students plan to do during their time off.
Matthew Dean is a student at the St. John’s College Graduate Institute in Annapolis.
Annapolis students Jakub Piven (A17) and Abby Purnell (A17), editors of Energeia, share their vision for the St. John’s College literary art magazine.
Talley Kovacs (A01) is an associate attorney and a St. John’s College alumna making a difference.
The Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College presents the exhibition “Chagall: The Early Etchings from the 1920s,” a selection of 65 prints by renowned French artist Marc Chagall (1887-1985), on view from October 23 to December 17.