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Piraeus registration now open for Shakespeare in February!

The following authors will be coming to Piraeus this year...We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep.”

At Piraeus, St. John’s College welcomes alumni back to the seminar table. Held on both campuses and led by tutors, Piraeus seminars provide an opportunity to relive the rigorous classroom experience over the course of a leisurely weekend. Named for the port city that served Athens, Piraeus brings alumni from all career paths and geographical areas back to their educational roots. Said Thucydides of ancient Piraeus, "From all the lands, everything enters.” In that spirit, we invite you to bring your voice back to the seminar table and share in the reflection, discussion, and community that Piraeus offers.

This February, we’ll journey with the playful and masterful Rosalind, “the first modern lover” (according to Harold Bloom), to the forest of Arden, then endure the “rough magic” of Prospero on his isle. Each great play stands on its own, but the juxtaposition of these remarkable “comedies” may illuminate shared themes of love and marriage, of course, but also of usurpation and exile, justice and forgiveness, court and wilderness, and the magic of the theatrical. Participants will have a chance to take part in the opening weekend activities of the exhibition of First Folio: the Book that Gave Us Shakespeare at the New Mexico Museum of Art, a part of its national tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library.

For more information or to register, visit http://community.stjohnscollege.edu/shakespeare2016.

Look for full details on our 2016 Piraeus Alumni Seminar Program in a brochure arriving in your mailboxes this week!


Sample Contact Details in IntroMapsIntroducing IntroMaps, an alumni networking portal
St. John’s College and the St. John’s College Alumni Association are pleased to announce IntroMaps, a new alumni networking tool that will help you more easily connect with alumni in your area and around the globe. Over 2,000 of your fellow Johnnies have already completed the registration process in just the first two months since launch, and it’s proving to be a great way to connect. 

Whether you move to a new town or travel for business, IntroMaps will make it simple and convenient for you to connect with Johnnies wherever you are using your computer or smartphone. The application has the look and feel of Google Maps, coupled with the networking capabilities of LinkedIn. You can also use IntroMaps to search for and network with alumni who share common career interests or general life interests. Click here for more, including a video introduction from Phelosha Collaros SF00, president of the Alumni Association.


Homecoming 2015: Nearly 700 Johnnies return to campus to reunite, reconnect, and reminisce.

St. John's College was pleased to welcome nearly 700 alumni back to both campuses in September. Homecoming is the flagship annual event of the active and vibrant alumni community. This is the time and place where the past and present come together, new memories are made, and deepened friendships emerge. On both campuses, Homecoming featured awards ceremonies honoring the successes of our alumni, the induction of honorary alumni, interesting seminars, pub trivia on great books factoids and tidbits, and much more! Click here to learn more, and save the date for Homecoming 2016: September 16-18 in Santa Fe and September 23-25 in Annapolis!

2016 Alumni Leadership Forum

Save the date for next year's Alumni Leadership Forum in Annapolis, June 3-5, 2016. 


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Do you know a student who belongs at St. John's in Annapolis or Santa Fe? Click here to let us know! 



Award Nominations
The Alumni Association presents three different awards annually, and we need your help identifying members of the SJC community who deserve to be recognized. If you know of someone who you would like to nominate to receive any of these awards (described in more detail below), please submit a nomination form (available for download here; contact the Alumni Office if you need it in a different format).

> Award of Merit: the Award of Merit recognizes an alum for distinguished and meritorious service to the United States, to their native state, to the college, or for outstanding achievement within a chosen field.

> Volunteer Service Award: the Volunteer Service Award (aka “ALFie”) recognizes an alum for extraordinary volunteer service to the Association or the college, and is presented at the Alumni Leadership Forum.

> Honorary Alumni: Honorary membership in the Alumni Association is given to any person for their significant role, service, or contribution in or to the life of the college, especially as regards alumni or students.

St. John's Merch Available from the Bookstores
The Annapolis store is online. You can also browse inventory in the Santa Fe store.

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> Piraeus in Santa Fe: On the Uses of Adversity: Shakespeare's As You Like It and the Tempest, February 5-7, 2016
> Piraeus in Annapolis: Keats and Fitzgerald or Anna Karenina, June 9-12, 2016
> Alumni Leadership Forum in Annapolis: June 3-5, 2016
> Piraeus in Santa Fe: Joyce's Dubliners, August 5-7, 2016
> Homecoming in Santa Fe: September 16-18, 2016
> Homecoming in Annapolis: September 23-25, 2016

Alumni Offices Contact Information


Leo Pickens (A78), Director of Alumni Relations
410-295-6926 leo.pickens@sjc.edu

Torii Campbell, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations for Regional Programs
410-972-4518 torii.campbell@sjc.edu

Dolores Strissel, Assistant Director of Alumni Activities
410-626-2531 dolores.strissel@sjc.edu

Anna Perry (A11), Coordinator of Young Alumni Programs
410-295-5532 anna.perry@sjc.edu

St. John's College Alumni Office, 60 College Ave., Annapolis, MD 21401, 410-626-2531, Annapolis.alumni@sjc.edu

Santa Fe

Sarah Palacios, Director of Alumni Relations
505-984-6121 sarah.palacios@sjc.edu

Chris Aamot (SF04), Associate Director of Alumni Relations
505-984-6114 caamot@sjc.edu

Ben Osborn, Student Development and Recent Alumni Coordinator
505-984-6103 bosborn@sjc.edu

St. John's College Alumni Office, 1160 Camino Cruz Blanca, Santa Fe, NM 87505-4599, 505-984-6121, alumni@sjc.edu

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