The Hodson Trust recently awarded St. John’s College $2.5 million, with $250,000 to support the second year of the college’s curricular study, which will focus on recent advances in biology, and $2.25 million for the Hodson Scholarship endowment which supports financial aid, assuring access for qualified undergraduates enrolled at the Annapolis campus of this independent, coeducational four-year college.
Students, faculty, and staff gathered at various events to celebrate the end of the fall semester in Annapolis.
Maura Sugg (A17), student at St. John’s College in Annapolis, talks about how music enriches the Program and her life at school.
Michelle Rockwitz (AGI15) came to the Graduate Institute as part of a career change. We talked with her about her time in Annapolis.
Collin Ziegler (A17) is a member of the King William Players, the St. John’s student theater troupe in Annapolis. He is the director of God of Carnage, set to open December 11.
Julia Kulon (A16) is a student at St. John’s College in Annapolis. She is the technician and manager of the college’s darkroom.
Julia Kulon (A16) takes us behind the scenes of the St. John's College darkroom, where she helps students learn the art of photography.
Sueanna Keim (A16), Rob Killefer (A16), and Gina Vandetty (A16) are captains of the Guardians, one of the five intramural teams at St. John’s College in Annapolis.
The King William Players, the St. John’s student theater troupe, will perform the play “God of Carnage,” a comedy written by award winning playwright Yasmina Reza.
The Student Services Office in Annapolis hosted a luncheon on December 1 to help international students plan for the upcoming summer.