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Don’t Miss Summer Session 2014!

Don’t Miss Summer Session 2014!

April 2, 2014

“It was a wonderful experience! The courses were stimulating and fun, and . . . the special events were great opportunities to see old friends and make new ones.” That’s what … Read more

Alumni Spotlight: Engineering Efficiency

Alumni Spotlight: Engineering Efficiency

April 2, 2014

Meet one of the greatest champions of Principia’s 3+2 dual degree engineering science program: Cory Miller (C’05), who completed the program with a BS in physics from Principia and a … Read more

Upper School Robotics Team Heads to Regionals

Upper School Robotics Team Heads to Regionals

March 6, 2014

UPDATE: Optimus Prin earned Rookie of the Year at the FIRST Robotics St. Louis Regionals. The team’s performance qualified them for the FIRST Championship, where they will compete with 143 … Read more

Great Lessons from ‘The Great War’

Great Lessons from ‘The Great War’

March 6, 2014

Anyone who has visited either of the national museums commemorating the two world wars knows that they do a great job of bringing to life the sights, sounds, and sorrow … Read more

Author Mike Kim Urges Students to Help Others

Author Mike Kim Urges Students to Help Others

March 6, 2014

"What is the topic you're going to engage in to help others?” Mike Kim asked a packed Wanamaker Hall last week. Knowing the sacrifices this year’s Ernie and Lucha Vogel … Read more

The Making of Music—and Musicians—in the Early Grades

The Making of Music—and Musicians—in the Early Grades

March 6, 2014

“Legs, clap, shoulders, head. “Legs, clap, shoulders, head. . . .” With a few giggles and a bit of squirming, the small group of second graders follows their teacher’s movements and quickly … Read more

Alumni Spotlight: Meet Palo Alto’s New Mayor

Alumni Spotlight: Meet Palo Alto’s New Mayor

March 6, 2014

With its close ties to Stanford University and Silicon Valley, the city of Palo Alto places a high value on learning and is recognized worldwide as a hub of innovation. The … Read more

Theatre Production Explores Time and Truth

Theatre Production Explores Time and Truth

March 6, 2014

Principia College’s Theatre and Dance Department recently staged Hush: An Interview with America, an exploration of today’s 24/7 media presence offset by the joy of childlike wonder. Written by James … Read more

CE Update: A Flurry of Activity Precedes Spring Break

CE Update: A Flurry of Activity Precedes Spring Break

March 6, 2014

The campuses have been humming at full speed this month. Spring break is just around the corner and will bring a well-earned breather for students and faculty. Midterm exams, District basketball … Read more

Winter at the School

Winter at the School

March 6, 2014

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