We’re pleased to announce that C.S. Lewis College’s newly designed and updated website has gone live.
Announcing the Future Home of C.S. Lewis College!
At long last! It’s difficult to believe, after so extended a journey, but the truth is, we are about to take a major step forward towards the long-awaited goal of establishing C.S. Lewis College. It pleases me greatly to inform you that a news conference was held today in Northfield, Massachusetts announcing the purchase of […]
Dr. Thomas Dillon, President of Thomas Aquinas College, Died Yesterday
Dear friends– It is with a keen sense of loss that we announce that Dr. Thomas E. Dillon, beloved President of Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, California, died Wednesday, April 15th, in an auto accident in Ireland. Tom ably and faithfully guided the College through 18 years of growth and remarkable campus development. In […]
More on the Worth of the Humanities
Several weeks ago, we posted an article from the New York Times about the place of the humanities in a recession (click here for the original post). As a follow-up, here is another important voice in the discussion of the value of the humanities in higher education. Wilfred McClay, one of our Keynote Speakers at […]
What Happens to the Humanities During a Recession?
The New York Times recently asked this important question in the Books section of their online newspaper. Here’s an excerpt: One idea that elite universities like Yale, sprawling public systems like Wisconsin and smaller private colleges like Lewis and Clark have shared for generations is that a traditional liberal arts education is, by definition, not […]