Friday, March 16, 2012

A Capstone Double

As the month of March rolls on, more capstone projects are presented by the fourth-year college students of Mount Angel Seminary, including Clyd Jesalva and Ian Perez.  Both Clyd and Ian presented their work yesterday.

Clyd's project focused on philosophy and is entitled "The Human Person's Ultimate Ordination to the Absolute." 

Clyd Jesalva with the bell tower of Mount Angel Abbey in the background.

Mr. Mark Woolman, a philosophy professor at Mount Angel Seminary, served as the director for Clyd's project, and Ms. Kathy Akiyama, Ms. Linda Showman, and Sister Hilda Kleiman, OSB, served as his readers.

Ian Perez focused his project on several utopian novels, primarily Utopia by Thomas More.

Ian before his presentation with a painting of Thomas More and several of the books he discussed.


Dr. Seymour House, a professor of history and literature at Mount Angel Seminary, served as Ian's director.  Dr. Jeffery Nicholas and Sister Hilda Kleiman, OSB, served as his readers.

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