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Collegiate Summer Program Session 1: July 11-24, 2021 Session 2: August 1-14, 2021 On the side of Mount Kearsarge in Warner, New Hampshire A unique approach to liberal arts education that integrates learning in the humanities with prayer, recreation, and community-life ordered to the pursuit of Wisdom. Our summer students live in the college’s residences,...
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts has enjoyed bringing seminars to high school students in high school classrooms, homeschool groups, and homes across the country. These are now available as live online seminars since it is difficult to meet face-to-face. The last seminar in our series this year is: Thursday, April 15 at 7:30pm Eastern...
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts is pleased to announce the selection of its next president. Over the 2020-2021 academic year, a Search Committee has reviewed numerous applications from distinguished educators around the country. Its commission was to identify a leader that will work tirelessly and self-sacrificially in service to the college’s vision for a...
The liturgical cycle of the Church as a whole, but also of the college as well, reaches its pinnacle during the Paschal Triduum. It is in these days that all of our efforts combine to render to God our best gifts of beauty, beginning with sung Tenebrae on Wednesday and continuing through Maundy Thursday, Good...
Thank you Class of 2023 for a spectacular Sophomore Dinner! The tradition of Sophomores hosting a dinner in appreciation for faculty, staff and students continued this year with the theme of “The Great Gatsby.” Entertainment was hosted by Lukas Mellender ’23 (as Jay Gatsby) and Israel Gombojav ’23 (as Nick Carroway). Amaris Callan ’23 and...
Magdalen College’s Knights of Columbus College Council is please to announce that our Grand Knight, Thomas Hogan ’22 has been chosen from among all the nation’s college councils to be one of the ten members of the Board of College Councils of the Knights of Columbus. Magdalen College’s Knights of Columbus Council is very active...
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts has enjoyed bringing seminars to high school students in high school classrooms, homeschool groups, and homes across the country. These are now available as live online seminars since it is difficult to meet face-to-face. Upcoming seminars: Wednesday, March 10 at 7:30pm Eastern “An Unexpected Adventure: How Learning Languages Changed...
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts offers a Catholic Leadership Scholarship in recognition of the need for Catholic leaders to be well formed in philosophy, theology, literature, the fine arts and history. A Magdalen College education equips its students to lead the next generation in truth, hope and charity. Available only to students who complete...
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts is pleased to announce The Cicero Prize for Latin Oratory. Magdalen College students who wish to compete will select a 15-20 line passage to memorize and recite. The recitation will take place on April 16 in front of an audience of students and will be judged by a faculty...
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts has enjoyed bringing seminars to high school students in high school classrooms, homeschool groups, and homes across the country. These are now available as live online seminars since it is difficult to meet face-to-face. Upcoming seminars: Thursday, February 18 at 7:30pm Eastern “Catholics, Evolution, and St. Thomas” (Jon Watson)...
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