Christendom College

November 21, 2014

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Christendom Hosts L. Brent Bozell, Jr., Tribute

On November 18, Christendom held a tribute to the late L. Brent Bozell, Jr., hosted by the college's history department. The event marked the release of a new full-length biography on Bozell's life by Daniel Kelly entitled Living on Fire: The Life of L. Brent Bozell, Jr. Students, faculty and guests filled the lower hall of Christ the King Chapel to hear a panel discussion about Bozell's life and legacy. Guest speakers E. Michael Lawrence, who worked with Bozell during…

Christendom College Players to Perform “The Moonstone”

The Christendom Players will present “The Moonstone” on November 21-23.  This mystery play, to be held at Skyline High School Auditorium in Front Royal, Va., features a plot full of suspense, intrigue, romance, and even comedy. The production is directed by English professor Dr. Patrick Keats and stars seniors Stephen Hyland, Mike Heffernan, and James Ciskanik, with sophomore Bren Blackburn, along with freshmen Madeleine Trull and Kieran O'Donnell. The play is based on the acclaimed mystery novel The Moonstone written…

College Prepares for 2015 Mission Trips

Preparation for Christendom's ever-popular mission trips is well underway. The College Mission Program will host five spring break mission trips in 2015 to Guatemala, Nicaragua, Peru, the Dominican Republic, and the Bronx, New York City. Mission Trip Coordinator and philosophy professor Mike Brown and Assistant Coordinator Julie Cipriano were thrilled by the enthusiastic response to the trips last year, which saw 25% of the student body participate in a mission trip. “That number is unheard of on most college campuses,…

Christendom to Host L. Brent Bozell Jr. Tribute

Christendom College is proud to announce a tribute to the life and legacy of L. Brent Bozell Jr. on Tuesday, November 18 at 4:00 pm in the Chapel Crypt at Christendom College. The tribute will feature a panel discussion of Bozell’s life and legacy featuring E. Michael Lawrence, who worked with Bozell during his years at Triumph, and Daniel McCarthy, editor of The American Conservative. Bozell was one of the founders of the postwar American conservative movement and remains one…

Christendom College Launches Mathematics Major

Christendom College is pleased to announce the addition of a major in mathematics with an option to minor in physics for the fall semester of 2015. This spring, sophomores will be able to declare themselves mathematics majors for the first time since 1992. Though the option to major in math was suspended for a time, the college is excited to be reintroducing it as an expansion upon the current math minor. The college has never been void of opportunities to…

Students and Faculty Learn About the Future of Our Liberty

On November 3, Dr. Peter Lawler of Berry College delivered a lecture to Christendom students and faculty in St. Kilian’s Cafe entitled, “The Future of Our Liberty is Confusing.” Lawler, a Dana Professor in Government at Berry College in Rome, Georgia, spoke about the relationship between liberty and security, and how the integration of these two aspects of our lives will shape the future of American society and politics. He emphasized the increasing influence of the libertarian perspective on personal…

Theology Professor to Deliver Lectures and Appear on Radio Show

Christendom theology professor Mary Stanford has a busy month ahead, with three upcoming talks and a radio interview scheduled this month. Her first talk, entitled “The Four Last Things,” will take place on Monday, November 3, at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia, as part of the campus ministry's weekly Food for the Soul dinner. On Saturday, November 8, Stanford will give a radio interview on the Theology of the Body for the “On the Porch” segment of The Patrick McCormack…

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