The richness of the conversations that happen across the college is a reflection of a Polity designed to preserve and further the greatest ideas of human achievement. However, as studies of the Great Books show us, humanity often falls short of their lofty aims.
For many students, participating in the ever-growing athletic program shaped by former athletic director Chris Krueger (A07) has been game-changing. Imagine a college where everyone is welcome in intramurals and student leaders shape the program.
A new grant from Triad National Security, LLC awarded through Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) supports one ARIEL (Award for Relating Intense Education to Life) intern in their effort to gather essential work-experience over a summer. Native New Mexican Barbara Leppala (SF24) was the first to take advantage of the new internship opportunity.
As a high school student, Davis United World College Scholar Sanyum Dalal (SF25) created Philosophy for Children, a program offering supplementary education to students of all ages in her home country of India.