All-College Seminar, Fall 2012

All-College Seminar, Fall 2012

One Friday evening each semester, groups of about 20 Thomas Aquinas College students from all classes — seniors and freshmen, sophomores and juniors — gather in classrooms across the campus for the semi-annual All-College Seminar. Although separate, these groups engage in a single, common activity, namely, reading, analyzing, and discussing the same text, one that is not part of the College’s ordinary curriculum. Two members of the teaching faculty lead each of the discussions, which are followed by a campus-wide party in St. Joseph Commons.

  • All-College Seminar Fall 2012
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  • All-College Seminar Fall 2012
    Slideshow: All-College Seminar, Fall 2012
  • All-College Seminar Fall 2012
    Slideshow: All-College Seminar, Fall 2012
  • All-College Seminar Fall 2012
    Slideshow: All-College Seminar, Fall 2012
  • All-College Seminar Fall 2012
    Slideshow: All-College Seminar, Fall 2012
  • All-College Seminar Fall 2012
    Slideshow: All-College Seminar, Fall 2012
  • All-College Seminar Fall 2012
    Slideshow: All-College Seminar, Fall 2012

A semi-annual event that unites the entire community, the All-College Seminar has become a well-loved campus tradition. At this semester’s seminar, students and faculty discussed T.S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral. At the party following, all enjoyed refreshments, and continuing the discussion.

 

Posted: October 23, 2012