Zoe Collins (A18), leader of the contemporary choir, talks about the musical culture at St. John's, her favorite modern composer, and Beethoven's big wig.
Want to take a glimpse at St. John’s College in 1934? The inside cover of the 1934 Rat-Tat yearbook depicts an aerial view of the Annapolis campus from eighty one years ago.
Aaron von Kerczek is a student at the Graduate Institute in Annapolis.
Benjamin Baum is the director of admissions for the Annapolis campus.
Celine Healey, graduate student at St. John’s College in Annapolis, talks about her time in the Graduate Institute.
Gail Davidson, past curator of Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, will present the lecture “Competitive Decorating: 19th-Century Themed Interiors” at St. John’s College. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will be held on Wednesday, September 16 at 6 p.m. in the Conversation Room, across from the Mitchell Gallery.
Richard Weigle, the former president of St. John’s College, opened his Convocation address forty-three years ago on September 10 with the question: “Who are the teachers at St. John’s College?”
With athletics at St. John's College in full swing, we spoke with Michael McQuarrie, director of athletics in Annapolis, about the programs on offer throughout the year.
From college yearbook editor to world-renowned watercolor collector, alumnus and art connoisseur Eugene Thaw (Class of 1947) is still making an impact at St. John's College.