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Soccer begins tomorrow!

NSA intramural soccer begins tomorrow, Saturday, April 18! Head to Mountain View Park at 9:45 for the first game at 10:00 between Team Blue and Team White. Then at 11:00, Team Black will face Team Red. It looks like it will be a beautifully sunny spring...

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Three-Minute Thesis Contest at Disputatio

Disputatio this week is a three minute thesis contest. Seniors will have three minutes to present on their completed theses and will be competing for Bucer's gift cards. But more importantly, they will be showcasing their powers of persuasion and concision. The audience will vote...

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NSA in the New York Times

At New Saint Andrews College, one of the questions we sometimes hear is, "Does NSA offer federal financial aid?" And the answer has always been a principled, "No." From the very beginning of the College, we have chosen to opt out of all federal and state...

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Dr. Gordon Wilson Explains the Unique Design of Periodical Cicadas

Periodical Cicadas— Synchronized Swarming by Dr. Gordon Wilson [Full article can be found at Answers in Genesis.] Armies normally require a general and vast support staff to organize and move in unison. Not so for the periodical cicadas of North America, which emerge in swarms every few years. They march...

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Fresh Faculty Line-up for 2015-16

New Saint Andrews College is pleased to announce a bit of shuffling in our faculty line-up for the 2015-16 academic year. Our Writer in Residence and Fellow of Literature, ND Wilson, will focus on working with aspiring student writers, teaching graduate writing and film making seminars...

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Wordsmithy 2015 welcomes Michael Ward

Don’t miss the world’s foremost C.S. Lewis Scholar at Wordsmithy 2015. The NSA Wordsmithy writer’s workshop is where good writers go to get better. If you’re an accomplished writer, an aspiring writer, or simply an appreciative reader of good writing, you’ll fit right in at Wordsmithy. This...

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“WWII, Women, & Gender”: Disputatio April 10

At this week's Disputatio, Chris Schlect presents “WWII, Women, and Gender.” Many of us are familiar with the iconic image of “Rosie the Riveter,” who was a woman in a man's place. As able-bodied men went overseas to fight the axis powers, women took to factory...

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The Andies Talent Show Saturday Night

The Andies is coming this Saturday night as part of our April Prospective Student Weekend! Come down to the Nuart for another year of crazy student talent on Saturday, April 11th. Be ready to laugh till your stomach aches and then laugh some more as the students of New Saint Andrews College entertain you with acting, singing, dancing, comedy, and more. This year’s emcees are the dynamic duo of baffling awesomeness: Abe and Marybeth Bratrud. You don’t want to miss it!

Come hungry for dessert; the NSA seniors will be hosting a bake sale. Popcorn will also be for sale throughout the production.

  • Doors open: 6:30 pm
  • Showtime: 7:00 pm
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • Admission: FREE

For a glimpse of past Andies antics, here’s a video of one Andies performance from a few years back: We look forward to seeing you there!

Nancy Pearcey to Speak at NSA Commencement

Award-Winning author & scholar Nancy Pearcey is slated as the keynote speaker for the New Saint Andrews College commencement ceremony on May 14. Pearcey is the author of numerous books including Saving Leonardo: A Call to Resist the Secular Assault on Mind, Morals, and Meaning...

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Visit NSA April 10–13!

Discover where the liberal arts can take you! Learn how a liberal arts education gives you a wider perspective that allows for career mobility and growth: Knowledge of languages and history gives you the ability to explain ideas, see relationships between factors, and learn new skills. The ability...

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