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.
Scott Chevaillier (SF17), a junior spending a year in Annapolis, talks about his love of reading and what surprised him most in coming to St. John's College.
For seniors in Santa Fe, essays are due February 13. They will celebrate by ringing the bell in Weigle Hall before heading to the Hunt House for a ceremony and reception, where they will present their essays before Santa Fe President Mark Roosevelt and their tutors. The ceremony will be the first for Roosevelt, who began his tenure in January.
The Senior Essay Writing Period at St. John's College is a milestone in the career of every senior, and this year was no different.
The Greenfield Library in Annapolis announced the winners of its fifth-annual Book Collecting Contest.
The bell on top of McDowell Hall rang early Sunday morning as students celebrated the completion of the senior essay writing period in Annapolis. Santa Fe seniors are less than one week from their celebration.
In its February 5, 1940 issue, LIFE magazine took a look behind the scenes of the budding and distinctive curriculum at St. John’s College in Annapolis.