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Read our new, expanded April newsletter and experience the following: 1) what it’s like to journey through Holy Week as a student  2) the teaching of a world-famous master of iconography  3) a review, in photos, of a student Shakespeare production 4) a high-stakes culinary competition  …and there’s lots more! Read now:  
Read our new, expanded March newsletter and experience the following: 1) the key to successfully piloting a jet in crisis  2) the rise to power of an unlikely monarch – theology!  3) a snapshot of Magdalen’s vibrant faith life on campus 4) a personal invitation to visit our campus for Holy Week & for a student theatre production ...
Read our new, expanded February newsletter and experience the following: 1) singing the Flintstones with Frank Sinatra 2) a Candlemas procession through Magdalen’s snowy campus 3) an evening of live entertainment, fine dining, dancing, and enchantment 4) an exciting announcement from Dr. Anthony Esolen just for you …and there’s lots more! Read now:
Read our new, expanded January newsletter which includes the following: 1) an Epiphany message from our president, Dr. Ryan Messmore 2) a student recap of Magdalen’s recent choral retreat & workshop for sacred music 3) a reflection on the Baptism of the Lord by Rev. Fr. Michael Sartori 4) student adventures in the snowy mountains...
Read our new, expanded December newsletter which includes the following: 1) a Christmas message from our president, Dr. Ryan Messmore 2) a preview of the 2022 Collegiate Summer Programs 3) a challenge: responding to Christ’s kingship …and there’s lots more! Read now:
Read our new, expanded November newsletter which includes the following: 1) the legacy of our longest-serving chaplain, Rev. Fr. Roger Boucher 2) the path from liberal arts education to executive leadership 3) student debate navigating social media censorship 4) a candlelit Rorate Mass before dawn in Advent  …and there’s lots more! Read now:
Read our new, expanded October newsletter which includes the following: 1) a whaling voyage with Dr. Anthony Esolen 2) travelling New England with our polyphony choir 3) a celebration of Pope Saint John Paul II, our co-patron 4) an entrepreneurship conversation with the founder of a brewing company …and there’s lots more! Read now:
Read our new, expanded September newsletter which includes the following: 1) James Matthew Wilson’s visit to campus exploring Dante 2) a Career Pathways presentation with an alum mental health professional 3) student life activities fitting for a New England fall 4) lines of Shakespeare with the Chaplain 5) a celebratory Italian feast on the 700th...