Hannah Nelson Lyceum

Through Others’ Eyes: Language, Literature, and the Great Commission Professor Hannah Nelson’s Faculty Lyceum 4/30/19 On Thursday, April 25th, 2019, Professor Hannah Nelson presented her Faculty Lyceum to Cambridge students, professors, parents, and friends. Her lecture was entitled “Through Others’ Eyes: Language, Literature, and the Great Commission.” If you missed her presentation, you can watch […]


The Cross Still Shines

The Cross Still Shines From Professor Benson’s blog 4/18/19 As the world grieves the fire that ravished Notre Dame de Paris — a national treasure of France and a symbol of Western civilization — the giant cross behind the high altar in the nave stands tall, shining in the ashy darkness, which is no coincidence […]


The Purpose of Tutorials

The Purpose of Tutorials From the archive: a reflection on the purpose of senior tutorials from former faculty member and tutorial director Dr. Robert Sloan Lee. 4/11/19 In order to really catch the vision of the “capstone” of the Cambridge curriculum, namely, the senior tutorial competition, one has to understand its goal, or end, or […]


Classical Mathematics: Engendering a Love of Learning

Classical Mathematics: Engendering a Love of Learning A reflection by Sara Rico, Professor of Mathematics and Theology I was reading the Introduction to A Mathematician’s Apology, by the renowned mathematician G.H. Hardy, when I came across the following description of testing at the University of Cambridge in England: “It was an examination in which the […]