In the aftermath of the 1909 fire that burned down McDowell Hall, discussion began immediately about whether to restore the building to its former glory or to demolish it and erect a more modern structure in its place.
During his Hodson summer internship, St. John’s student Tri Nguyen (A17) went from novice in the lab to performing his own experiments.
Frances Webb (A16) shares how practicing philosophy at St. John's extends way beyond the classroom.
On Saturday, February 20, 1909, a fire engulfed McDowell Hall and nearly burned the historic center of St. John’s College to the ground.
Students had help this Valentine’s Day shaking off the winter doldrums, as St. John’s faculty members gave the annual Begone Dull Care concert.
Marybeth Beydler (A16), St. John's student and spring intern at CERN, spoke about the alumni network at the college.
St. John’s College invites members of the Annapolis community to read and discuss timeless texts and the important questions they raise at Great Books Saturday.
Known for their special brand of satirical, politically-themed humor, the Capitol Steps will perform in a fundraiser at St. John’s College to benefit student financial aid.
Career Services is hosting three interview and networking events for students, all with the goal of connecting them with alumni and professionals.