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.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor to visit Santa Fe Campus. Public is invited to attend free Worrel lecture "An Evening with Sonia Sotomayor" on April 6 at 7:30 p.m.
Jakub Piven (A17) and Jermaine Brown (A17), captains of the Greenwaves, talk playing sports and reading great books at St. John's College.
The Mitchell Gallery’s latest exhibition, “American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artists’ Colony” opened March 9, putting on display the Reading Public Museum’s collection of works by American Impressionists.
Please join Natalie Goldberg (SFGI74) for the release of her newest book The Great Spring, “a collection of twenty-two essays written over the last twenty years” which examine what it takes to “embrace a writing life.” Natalie will read selections from The Great Spring. Afterward she will host a Q&A.
The Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College invites the community to the exhibition, “American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artists’ Colony” on view from March 9 through April 24.
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.