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Breaking News: NSA Now Offers BA in Pumpkin Spice

By Michelle Bollen   Things are changing in Moscow, ID. The leaves are turning red, the air is brisk, and New Saint Andrews College has just announced a brand new degree. Students walked out of Disputatio last Friday with dropped jaws and wide eyes after the all-school...

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NSA’s Annual Candidate Forum is This Friday

Every year, New Saint Andrews College hosts a candidate forum prior to November’s elections. The college invites candidates who are running for local public office to present their political goals and to field questions during Disputatio, the College’s weekly forum. This Friday, September 30, under...

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Podcast: Students for the Relief of the Oppressed

  In this episode of the NSA podcast we hear from Pastor Toby Sumpter of Trinity Reformed Church, Moscow, ID, and the Students for the Relief of the Oppressed (SRO).   Listen or subscribe on:  Google Play iTunes   ...

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Latin Methodology

Much has been made of the differences between "Classical Latin", that is, the Latin that the Romans used during their zenith, and "Medieval" or "Church Latin", the Latin that came afterward and was influenced by various foreign languages. Consequently, most Latin courses seek to introduce...

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Introducing the NSA Conservatory of Music

by Michelle Bollen   Since the start, New Saint Andrews has stood out for its unique program. Although it offers only one degree in liberal arts for undergraduates, it offers a wide range of unique courses, from theological gastronomy to herpetology and oral Latin. While the liberal...

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Words: Show Them Some Respect

by Abigail Harken   “Words, words, words.”* As a general rule, words in our modern world are frequently underrated, abbreviated, and, as a whole, desecrated by the populace on a regular basis. We have more of an opportunity to share our words today, than ever before because...

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Why Latin?

Latin is the ancient language originally used in the central region of Italy onced called Latium, where Rome is located. As Rome's empire grew to include most of Europe and vast portions of Asia and Africa, the Romans' native tongue, Latin, gradually became the official...

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