St. John's College
St. John's College
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Goethe in a Box
We sent our incoming freshmen a surprise in a box. The box contains seeds, soil pellets, peat pots, plant markers, a mini journal/sketchbook, and some colored pencils. Our goal in sending this box is to invite students to step away from their screens and to observe and engage with plants and flowers for a bit. In other ways this activity is a sneak peak into freshman lab.
Connecting Beyond the Classics – Sci-Fi Summer Book Club
"This summer I jumped at chance to lead a short reading group for some of our incoming Santa Fe Freshman. In my role in Admissions Operations, I work a lot more with data than with actual students, and as a Johnnie myself (GILA SF ‘17), I was missing the experience of reading something with a group of engaged, passionate people."
The Point of the Circle: A St. John’s Education ~ The Imaginative Conservative
At St. John’s I learned how to struggle with fate—before I was even capable of truly grasping what fate might possibly be—as I viewed what it meant to be human through the eyes of war-like Achilleus and as I wandered with crafty Odysseus, searching for my own city... (essay by Kate Deddens)
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Late October and vibrant colored Autumn leaves on the campus of St. John's College in Annapolis Maryland • A Photo Show. To view the entire series of full size photographs, as well as the journal narrative, select the Visit Site button. Photographs and article Copyright © 2015 G J Gibson Photography LLC.
A Historic Brick Pathway On The Campus Of St. John’s College – Wednesday February 20th 2013 « Annapolis Experience Blog
A brick pathway leads up to McDowell Hall on the campus of St. John's College in Annapolis Maryland. Photograph taken on February 20th 2013. To see a full size version of this photograph as well as the accompanying Annapolis Experience Blog article please click through on the Pinterest images for it. Picture Copyright © 2013 G J Gibson Photography LLC & article Copyright © 2013 Annapolis Experience
St. John's College, Annapolis, Maryland
St. John's College traces its origins to King William's School, founded in 1696. In 1784, Maryland chartered St. John's College, which absorbed King William's School when it opened 1785. The third-oldest college in the nation, the Annapolis campus of St. John’s College is one of two campuses dedicated to a traditional liberal arts education. Francis Key Scott, a lawyer and writer of the star spangled banner, is an alumni of the college.