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Talking with Luke Deacon, President of the Science and Religion Club

Talking with Luke Deacon, President of the Science and Religion Club

There is a two-pronged purpose propelling the Science and Religion Club: “educating students on today’s scientific challenges, and unveiling the links connecting science, the humanities, and religion.” Student president Luke Deacon says events on vaccines, transhumanism, and the like, are key to his vision of club success.

Alumna Christine Cohen’s Debut Novel: The Winter King

Alumna Christine Cohen’s Debut Novel: The Winter King

In publishing her debut novel, which is being called “beautiful in every way,” Christine needed grit and craft. But to do so while being a wife and mother took wisdom. B.A. alumna and current M.F.A. student Christine Cohen describes her various challenges and what it took to overcome.

From Mark Reagan, the Conservatory of Music Director

From Mark Reagan, the Conservatory of Music Director

Our mission at the Music Conservatory is to serve the body of Christ locally and abroad with quality music instruction that our schools and churches will be filled with skillful musicians to the glory of God. Several of our initiatives aim to help students and teachers in the ACCS.

Work and Liberal Arts Graduates

Work and Liberal Arts Graduates

College freshmen (85% of them) say the most important reason for attending college is to “be able to get a better job.” But conventional wisdom on employability—”go business or STEM!”—is withering under years of statistical data. Studies show liberal arts skills are what employers desire most, and what the future workforce requires.

A Different Shade of Green

A Different Shade of Green

Surveys show Christians are less concerned with environmentalism that competing worldviews. Dr. Gordon Wilson’s book, A Different Shade of Green: A Biblical Approach to Environmentalism and the Dominion Mandate, is both a refreshing primer for Christians with questions about environmentalism and a spur for the indolent.

Upcoming Music Events This Fall

Upcoming Music Events This Fall

New Saint Andrews students and faculty are enjoying a busy fall performing in Moscow and beyond. The many events, recitals, classes, and more, are listed here in this update. Put the events of the Conservatory of Music on your calendar.

Podcast Episodes

Featuring both faculty and alumni, our growing selection of podcasts are meant to shape culture through academic discussions and daily-living discipleship. You can watch some of our podcasts on our Youtube channel.

 

Sorry About That Guys| What Have You 108

This week things went rogue when Lizzie remembered a really ungodly kitchen device.  (We also chatted about friendship and boundaries.) “What Have You” subscribe below on iTunes or Google Play, or go to the “What Have You” home page at...

The Januaries| What Have You 107

This week we ramble though issues like sheetrock and New Years diets. “What Have You” subscribe below on iTunes or Google Play, or go to the “What Have You” home page at www.nsa.edu/what-have-you-podcast and see more of Bekah and Rachel’s work over...

Christmas Ranygazoo| What Have You 106

This week we chat through everything from broom to emotions to holiday temptations. “What Have You” subscribe below on iTunes or Google Play, or go to the “What Have You” home page at www.nsa.edu/what-have-you-podcast and see more of Bekah and Rachel’s work over...

November and Such Forth

November and Such Forth| What Have You 105 This week we flit effortlessly from a discussion from oversized kitchen equipment to women’s Facebook groups and birth control. “What Have You” subscribe below on iTunes or Google Play, or go to the “What Have...

Holiday Game Face | What Have You 104

This week we blab indefinitely about food and holiday stuff! “What Have You” subscribe below on iTunes or Google Play, or go to the “What Have You” home page at www.nsa.edu/what-have-you-podcast and see more of Bekah and Rachel’s work over at feminagirls.com...

Running | What Have You 103

This week we chatted (amidst many interruptions) about introversion and maxing out. “What Have You” subscribe below on iTunes or Google Play, or go to the “What Have You” home page at www.nsa.edu/what-have-you-podcast and see more of Bekah and Rachel’s work over...

Don’t Raise Liberals! | What Have You 102

In which Bekah coughs a lot and we discuss mopping, bagels, and raising children. “What Have You” subscribe below on iTunes or Google Play, or go to the “What Have You” home page at www.nsa.edu/what-have-you-podcast and see more of Bekah and Rachel’s work over...

John Singer Sargent, Best Practice Menu Planning, And Taking Offense | What Have You 101

This week we listen to an actual recording of Rachel in her best menu planning mood… “What Have You” subscribe below on iTunes or Google Play, or go to the “What Have You” home page at www.nsa.edu/what-have-you-podcast and see more of Bekah and Rachel’s...

Our Week of Extreme Sports | What Have You 100

It can’t be summarized. There’s simply too much adrenaline. “What Have You” subscribe below on iTunes or Google Play, or go to the “What Have You” home page at www.nsa.edu/what-have-you-podcast and see more of Bekah and Rachel’s work over at feminagirls.com...

What Have You Meanders | What Have You 99

This week we wandered about through varied subjects like suburban architecture, public nursing, and our old favorite – self care. “What Have You” subscribe below on iTunes or Google Play, or go to the “What Have You” home page at...

Calendar 

Upcoming Events

August 30: Welcome back picnic and school picturesAugust 30 – September 2: Trinity Reformed Church camping

September 7: Students for the Relief of the Oppressed Dance

September 9: Faculty Recital | Cole Tutino (Cello) and Ryan Smith (Piano) at the Haddock Performance Hall.

 

September 13 – 14: Prospective Student Weekend

September 20 – 21: Alumni Weekend

September 28: Fall Carnival 

October 7 – 12: Fall break for the students

October 14 – 18: Masters of Fine Arts residency intensive

 

October 25: Reformation Banquet

October 25 – 26: Prospective Student Weekend

November 8: Northwest Choir Festival

November 22: Senior Class Dance

November 25: Thanksgiving

December 16 – January 13: Christmas break for students

2019-2020 Standard Term Calendar (For Resident Students)

Jerusalem Term

August 6-10, 2019 — Prologus Studiorum
August 9, 2019 — Orientation & Convocation
August 12, 2019 — Jerusalem Term Begins
September 30 – October 4 — Final Examination Week
October 4, 2019 — Jerusalem Term Ends
October 7-11, 2019 — Fall Break

Nicea Term

October 14, 2019 — Nicea Term Begins
November 25-29, 2019 — Thanksgiving Break
December 6, 2019 — First Friday
December 9-13, 2019 — Final Examination Week
December 13, 2019 — Nicea Term Ends
December 16, 2019 — Christmas Break Begins

Chalcedon Term

January 13, 2020 — Chalcedon Term Begins
February 7, 2020— First Friday
March 6, 2020 — First Friday
March 2-6, 2020 — Final Examination Week
March 6, 2020 — Chalcedon Term Ends
March 9-13 — 2020 Spring Break

Westminster Term

March 16, 2020 — Westminster Term Begins
April 3, 2020 — First Friday
April 10, 2020 — Good Friday
May 4-8, 2020 — Final Examination Week
May 7, 2020 — Commencement
May 8, 2020 — Westminster Term Ends

2018-2019 Non-Standard Term Calendar (For CCS Students)

May 28, 2018 — Summer Term Begins
July 16-20, 2018 — Summer Intensive Week
August 24, 2018 — Summer Term Ends

September 10, 2018 — Fall Term Begins
October 8-12, 2018 — Fall Break
November 19-23, 2018 — Thanksgiving Break
December 14, 2018 — Fall Term End
December 17, 2018 — Christmas Break Begins

January 7, 2019 — Spring Term Begins
March 11-15, 2019 — Spring Break
April 12, 2019 — Spring Term Ends

April 19, 2019 — Good Friday
May 9, 2019 — Commencement

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