California and New England Class of 2022
American and International Students 115
Senior Thesis Titles
I picked one from each of the liberal arts.
Music “Intrinsic Motion: The Cause of the Powerful Effect of Music on Us” Anna Therese Cecilia Santine [fraternal twin of Robert]
Visual Arts “In Defense of Film, the Imitative Art of Our Times” Robert John Santine
Mathematics “Pushing Euclid to His Limits: A Search for the Principles of Equating Curved and Rectilinear Areas” Marianna Lourdes Rodriguez
Science “On the Definition of Space-Time According to the Special Theory of Relativity” Timothy Aristotle Wassell
Political Science “A Classical Education Is Necessary for the Protection of the Primary Rights and Duties of the American Citizen” Hope Elizabeth Mary Ascough
Literature “Holy Wisdom Is Not Clear and Thin Like Water, but Thick and Dark Like Blood”: The Necessity of Poetry for Understanding Man’s Relation to the Divine As Illustrated by Lewis in Till We Have Faces” Olivia Joan Perry
Philosophy “The Friendship Between Male and Female Differs Accidentally Rather Than Essentially from the Friendship of Male and Male” Isaac James Filipi
Theology “My Ticket to Heaven: An Essay on the Nature of Suffering as Leading Us to Redemption” Kevin John Heffernan
There are no departments or schools or teachers but tutors who guide. After studying all these subjects, students receive a Bachelor of Liberal Arts.