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Anthony Esolen, Professor and Writer-in-residence at Magdalen, recently highlighted the college in The Catholic Thing. He explains how Magdalen provides an education in true freedom that liberates students from the “social manacles” of secular orthodoxy. This approach to education, punctuated by our vantage point atop the slopes of Mount Kearsarge, ripples through every classroom, every liturgy,...
Magdalen College recently wrapped up an engaging two weeks of our Collegiate Summer Program: Session I. High school students hailing from California, Texas, Indiana, New York, and beyond ascended to our mountain campus to experience all aspects of Magdalen life. In the summer program, our faculty teach classes in philosophy, literature, theology, politics, and sacred...
This August 13-14, Magdalen College faculty will travel to New York City to lead seminars on classic texts at the First Things Intellectual Retreat on Solidarity. If you enjoy discussing questions of great significance in an environment animated by a spirit of friendship and a common purpose, this event is for you. It is a...
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...
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts has begun a new, four-part video series. This series will feature a student or recent graduate of the college speaking of the impact that the college has had on his or her life. In the first video of the series, alumnus Sean Haefner ’19 invites you to ask yourself...
Magdalen College’s curriculum has been awarded a “Perfect A Rating” from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA). This superlative rating places the college among only four Catholic institutions in the country and among a mere twenty-four of the over 1,100 colleges and universities evaluated in the nation. ACTA based its “A Rating” on...