Knight wrote:For a college boasting about its "classical" emphasis, it's odd that they have no faculty with doctorates in Classics, Ancient History, or Medieval History.
It's also interesting that nobody on the "board & faculty" (no distinction seems to be made between those groups) has an advanced degree in Biblical and Religious Studies. One would expect that they'll be hiring qualified faculty for these areas if they offer them as majors. One would also hope that those faculty would be given some input in the structure of the courses that lead to those majors. They might actually have some time to work on that, since it appears the freshman year will be mostly occupied with core courses.