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Students at the College got to peek behind the scenes of the film and publishing industries recently when two distinguished alumni spoke on campus. Animation film producer David Lovegren (US’73, C’77) visited theatre and mass communication classes and spoke with students during lunch. His main message to them was to start thinking about their careers now! “Don’t wait until graduation to practice... Read More

If you know where to find Bishkek on a map, that’s pretty impressive. Now, can you find Point 5318? No? Well, that’s understandable . . . because, thanks to Upper School alum Austin Lines (’07) and five of his climbing buddies, the 5,318-meter (17,500-foot) peak in the Central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan recently changed names. On July 23 this year, Austin and his VICE teammates completed the... Read More

The oft-heard fall phrase “back to school” takes on new meaning next week as more than 400 Upper School alumni, spouses, and friends return to the St. Louis campus! The 50th Reunion classes of 1963 and 1964 will set the ball rolling on Wednesday, September 11, with a special dinner. The next day, there’s a morning walk, campus tour, luncheon, presentations about Principia Lifelong Learning online... Read More

Take part in that fresh-start feeling of a new school year with a Principia Lifelong Learning online course—no campus parking pass needed and no grades to worry about. Better yet, use promotional code FALL13 to get a 20 percent discount on September and October online courses when you register by September 9! Each seminar lasts four weeks and includes weekly live sessions with your instructor and... Read More

Make Florida or the Rocky Mountains your classroom—with Principia College professors as your guides! Principia Lifelong Learning is offering two exciting learning adventures focused on the arts in Florida and the rugged natural beauty of the Rockies. Can’t decide which you prefer? Sign up for both! Treasure Coast Performing Arts February 19–24, 2014 Prices start at $820 for day students or $1,300... Read More

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