St. John's College History Collection Newspaper Clippings (Box 1 of 9)

Title

St. John's College History Collection Newspaper Clippings (Box 1 of 9)

Description

The series titled Newspaper Clippings include articles, and periodicals. Articles were often published in local publications and then saved, but some materials are from publications outside of Annapolis and the state of Maryland. While content varies greatly, in general subjects pertain either to the activities and work of St. John’s College or to education and educational theory more broadly; some material was written by a person affiliated with the college.

Coverage

Annapolis, MD

Date

1920-1978

Rights

St. John's College owns the rights to this publication.

Type

text

Format

paper

Language

English

Identifier

Box 17

Inventory

Box/Folder

Author (last, first)

Publication

Title/Description

Dates

Notes

17-1

Bready, James

 

Baltimore Sun, Books and Authors

 

"Memories of St. Johns's Since Way Back When"

 

 

17-2

Duran, Kenneth

 

Washington Post

 

Civilization and St. John's: College as Paradise

 

 

17-3

 

 

Fortune Magazine

Education for War

1942 (?)

 

 

17-4

Lippman, Walter

 

An Image of Man

 

 

17-5

 

 

New York Times Guide

St. John's College

 

 

17-6

 

Jean-Paul

 

 

St. John's College: Life on the "Magic Mountain"

 

 

17-7

 

 

L.A. Times (?)

 

College Halts Granting of 'Cum Laude' Degrees

 

 

17-8

 

Rosenblatt, Roger

 

 

An All-Purpose Commencement Address

 

 

 

17-9

 

Weigle, Richard D.

 

 

Why Not Go to College for an Education?

 

 

17-10

 

 

Misc.

Misc.

11/1920

several articles re: Major Garey

17-11

 

Brown, Zenith

 

Baltimore Sun, magazine section

St. John's restores its Great Hall

6/15/1930

 

 

17-12

 

Butts, Freeman

 

The Educational Record

 

Liberal Education and the Prescribed Curriculum

10/1937

 

17-13

Taliaferro, R. Catesby

 

The Maryland Clubwomen

Concerning the New Program at St. John's

2/1938

 

17-14

Cleveland, Richard

 

The Daily Record

 

St. John's College Program

 

 

17-15

Hutchins, Robert

 

The Commonweal

 

University and Character

4/22/1938

 

 

17-16

Bull, George

 

America

 

St. John's Experiment to Reclaim a Lost Heritage

4/23/1938

 

 

17-17

Conant, James Bryan

 

Harper's Magazine

 

The Future of Our Higher Education

 

5/1938

 

17-18

Salomon, Albert

 

Social Research (reprinted from)

Higher Learning and Humanism

 

5/1938

 

17-19

Ross, J. Elliot

 

The Commonweal

 

Aquinas in a State University

6/24/1938

 

 

17-20

Lippman, Walter

 

Washington Post

 

St. John's Program

 

12/27/1938

 

 

17-21

 

Child Study

 

Education at the Crossroads

4/22/1905

 

 

17-22

 

The Mayflower's Log

 

Back to the Classics at St. John's

1/1939

 

17-23

Ballaine, Francis; Brameld, Theodore; Thomas, Wendell

The Educational Forum

Design for a Curriculum

 

1/1939

handwritten note to Dean Buchanan on front

17-24

Wilgus, Curtis A.

 

Journal of Higher Education

From St. John's to Mark Hopkins

1/1939

 

17-25

Lippman, Walter

 

The Commonweal

 

Two Personalists

 

1/6/1939

 

 

17-26

Blaine, John Doddridge

Saturday Evening Post

Doctor Hutchins and I Shudder to Note

6/17/1939

 

 

17-27

Maritain, Jacques

 

The Commonweal

 

An Interview with Jacques Maritain

2/3/1939

 

 

17-28

Mayer, Milton S.

 

Harper's Magazine

 

Hutchins of Chicago: (Part 1) The Daring Young Man

3/1939

 

17-29

Mortimer, J. Adler

 

The Commonweal

 

Can Catholic Education be Criticized?

4/14/1931

 

 

17-30

Brent, Stuart

 

The Commonweal

 

Hutchinites and Progressives

4/21/1939

 

 

17-31

Lewis, L. Crosby

 

The Haverfordian

 

Seedbed of he American Renaissance

5/1939

 

17-32

Mayer, Milton S.

Harper's Magazine

 

Socrates Crosses the Delaware: St. John's College and the Great Books

6/1939

 

17-33

Kensight

 

 

Robert M. Hutchins

 

6/22/1939

 

 

17-34

 

Barr, Stringfellow

 

Life Magazine

 

The Classics: At St. John's They Come Into Their Own Once More

2/5/1940

 

 

17-35

Adler, Mortimer

 

The Commonweal

 

Docility and Authority

 

4/5/1940

 

 

17-36

Adler, Mortimer

 

Vital Speeches of the Day

God and the Professors: Our Education Cannot Support Democracy

12/1/1940

 

 

17-37

Mayer, Milton S.

 

The Daily Maroon

 

I Can't Hear Myself Think

11/14/1940

 

 

17-38

Hook, Sidney

 

The Daily Maroon

 

New Medievalism

 

11/14/1940

 

 

17-39

Peiser, Werner

 

Columbia

 

Blueprint of an Educator

9/1941

 

17-40

Lippman, Walter

 

The Commonweal

 

Education Without Culture

6/17/1941

 

17-41

 

Freshman Prose Annual (No. 2)

 

4/24/1905

 

 

17-42

 

Littleton Independent (Colorado)

Knowledge of These Three Hundred Great Books is Deemed Necessary at St. John's

4/11/941

 

 

17-43

 

Newsweek

 

Graduates of 100 Books: St. John's Awards First B.A.'s in Study of Great Classics

6/2/1941

 

 

17-44

Hutchins, Robert M.

 

University Review

Education at War; part of the Bachelor of Arts Degree: A Symposium on Liberal Education

Summer 1942

 

 

17-45

Plunder, Olga L.

 

World Association for Adult Education

The St. John's College Adult Education Plan

2/1942

 

17-46

Schwinn, Bonaventure

The Commonweal

 

Streamlining Education: Reasons why the course leading to a bachelor's education should be shortened

10/2/1942

 

 

17-47

Cooper, Lane

 

Queens Quarterly

 

Experiments in Education

4/26/1905

 

 

17-48

Cohen, Joseph

 

New Mexico Quarterly Review

Mark Van Doren's Liberal Education: A Symposium

Winter 1943

 

 

17-49

 

Newsweek

 

Barr Suggests

 

3/1/1943

 

17-50

Van Doren, Mark

New Yorker

Book Review of Liberal Education

11/6/1943

 

17-51

Hook, Sidney

 

Partisan Review

God, geometry, and the good society

4/27/1905

 

17-52

Hook, Sidney

 

Humanist

 

Thirteen Arrows Against Progressive Liberal Education

Spring 1944

 

 

17-53

 

Newsweek

 

Renaissance for the Arts?

1/31/1944

 

17-54

Camp, Leo Leonard

 

The Commonweal

 

Liberal Arts for Catholics

4/14/1944

 

17-55

Lynd, Helen Merrell

 

New Republic

 

The Conflict in Education

5/22/1944

 

17-56

Van Doren, Mark

 

Tomorrow

 

Education for Self-Respect

6/1944

 

17-57

Hutchins, Robert

 

Tomorrow

 

What is a Liberal Education?

6/1944

 

17-58

Lindman, E.C.

 

New Republic

 

Division in Education

 

6/12/1944

 

17-59

Edman, Irwin

 

New York Times Magazine

Which Road for Education?

7/2/1944

 

17-60

Dewey, John

 

Fortune Magazine

 

Challenge to Liberal Thought

8/1944

 

17-61

Edel, Abraham; Riedman, Sarah

New Masses

 

Our Postwar Schools

 

8/15/1944

 

17-62

Pringle, Henry F.

Saturday Evening Post

College with an Idea

10/14/1944

 

17-63

Standen, Anthony

 

Journal of Chemical Education (reprinted from)

Elementary Chemistry for Liberal Arts Students at St. John's College

11/1944

 

17-64

Hook, Sidney

 

New Leader

 

An Apologist for St. John's College

11/25/1944

 

 

17-65

 

 

Miscellaneous

 

Needs description of contents

17-66

Meiklejohn, Alexander

Fortune Magazine

 

A Reply to John Dewey

8/1944

 

17-67

Cleveland, Richard

 

 

Statement before Senate Naval Affairs Committee

6/20/1945

 

17-68

Gideoniese, Harry D.

 

The Saturday Review of Literature

The Coming Showdown in the Schools: A Report on the Battle of the Educators

2/3/1945

 

 

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