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- Liberal Education & the Preservation of the Political Order
- The Roots of Modern Education
- The Study of St. Thomas
Alumnus Phil Halpin (’97) has uploaded two vintage videos of Thomas Aquinas College’s late founding president, Dr. Ronald P. McArthur. The first, taken in 1996, features Dr. McArthur talking to the students about his love for the College:
The second video comes from the next evening, at the 25th Anniversary Founders’ dinner. Dr. McArthur, Dr. Dillon, Mr. Berquist, Dr. Neumayr, Mr. DeLuca, and others speak about the founding of the College:
Meanwhile, in 2011 the College’s alumni hosted this panel discussion of the College’s founders on the occasion of its 40th anniversary:
Finally, in 2012 Dr. McArthur presented the following talk to the College’s students:
May the souls of Dr. McArthur and all the faithfully departed rest in peace.
Posted: October 31, 2013
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– Adrienne Grimm (’14)
San Dimas, Calif.
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