Spencer Christensen and Kelsie Huss, two outstanding student-athletes from Principia College, have been awarded the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) 2023 Post-Graduate Scholarship.
On April 28, Plan for America—a nonpartisan, public-private partnership focused on solving the national debt crisis while bolstering American retirement and healthcare systems—hosted a symposium on the Principia College campus.
Dr. Karen Eckert, founder and executive director of WIDECAST, and Principia College professor of sustainability and director of the Principia Center for Sustainability, is one of six finalists for the Indianapolis Prize. The Indianapolis Prize is the world’s leading conservation award—widely known as the “Nobel Prize of Conservation.”
If you were to ask Mae Jemison about her long and multi-faceted career, being the first African American woman in space probably wouldn’t be the crux of her answer. It certainly wasn’t the topic of her talk given in Cox Auditorium this past March.
The Principia College Mediation Team capped off an incredible season with a first-place win for Team Mediation at the International Law School Mediation Tournament in Bologna, Italy.
It has been a historic winter in Principia College's Hay Field House, resulting in the best combined season for the Panther men's and women's basketball teams since 1971–72. The men broke their single-season program record with 18 wins, while the women finished the regular season with a winning record for the first time since 2006–07.
Principia College gathered in Cox Auditorium in February to welcome new students and staff, hear community updates from President John Williams, and listen to four students speak about their Principia College experiences.
The discovery of tusk remains on the College campus has captured media attention.
The College swim team made a splash this winter with the Paul Clifford Classic, a new swim invitational honoring Coach Clifford, who reigned as Principia’s swim coach from 1970–1983.
Grace Pécheck received a top award from the Lincoln Academy, which annually honors one senior from each four-year college or university in Illinois as a student laureate.