St. John’s College is older than America. In 1696, while still a Royal Colony of the English, Maryland opened King William’s School in its new
Maybe it’s been only a few months since your last academic paper; maybe it’s been a few decades; either way, every graduate student finds something
Jaime Marquez (AGI’19): professor, student, photographer… To see more great work, check out Mr. Marquez and other students’ pieces in the latest print issue of Colloquy.
Hummus and Herodotus! The Buddha and Beer! That’s right, it’s After-Seminar Gathering, Santa Fe-Style! Every Thursday night, students, stimulated and frustrated alike by their schoolwork,
[If you’re wondering what a “preceptorial” is, please visit this post first.] Whack. Bam. Splat. Only onomatopoeiae do justice to how this philosopher’s philosophy aims