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The 5th Officer Cadet Battalion at Trinity and St. John's

From 1803 to 1916, young military officers had been trained in conjunction with University education through the Officers Training Corps (OTC), forming the National Reserve of officers. 406 more words

First World War

The good life

Seventeen years—or exactly half of my lifetime—ago, I spent six weeks at St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland, as a high school junior in the… 793 more words


What Matt Cohen and Eva Brann Have in Common

For regular progarchy citizens, please forgive this unusual post.  As some of you might know, the founding editors of progarchy are also each deeply immersed in the world of the Liberal Arts, the greats of Western Civilization, and liberal education.   150 more words

Progressive Rock Music

10 Things I am Glad I did in my First Year of my Ph.D.

This is an installment in a series of posts about moving to the UK for a Ph.D., specifically at Durham University.  To read more posts like this, see our list  933 more words


Which rules are lawful?

Lucan Battison has won his court case against St John’s College over his suspension for having long hair:

Today Justice David Collins ruled in favour of Lucan, stating the suspension was unlawful, as was the hair rule set out by the school. 163 more words


Rules, rights, responsiblities

Where the right of a school to set, and enforce, its rules stands in relation to a pupil’s right to long hair is being addressed by the high court. 624 more words