The Gutenberg board of governors is once again sponsoring its annual summer gift-matching campaign from June 15 to July 31. The governors are generously pledging to match the first $15,000 of donations, for a total of $30,000 to help those students who need financial aid to attend the college. Our goal is to raise [...]
Gutenberg College cordially invites you to the Commencement Ceremony for the class of 2023. The ceremony will take place at Central Lutheran Church (1857 Potter Street in Eugene) at 7:00 p.m., Friday June 16. Speaking this year will be Gutenberg tutor and marriage-and-family therapist Nancy Scott. A reception at Gutenberg College (1883 University Street [...]
The annual art show at Gutenberg College highlights the performing and visual art of students from Gutenberg College and others in the community. Performance begins at 7:00 p.m. Limited seating is first-come, first-served. A gallery reception follows.
Gutenberg College recently celebrated its annual President's Dinner to lighten the mood during the dark winter months. The entire school enjoyed a meal together, and the students presented humorous skits around the theme of Game Shows.
Gutenberg college’s dean, Dr. Charley Dewberry, will attend the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS) Annual Conference, which takes place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 21-24. The title of this year’s conference is “Repairing the Ruins.” Dr. Dewberry will lead a workshop titled "How Does Science Fit into a Classical Education" on June 22. [...]
Gutenberg's dean, Dr. Charley Dewberry, will attend the Classical Conversations National Conference 2023. The three-day conference takes place May 4th-6th in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Gutenberg is one of the sponsors of the event and will be an exhibitor there.
Gutenberg juniors and seniors have been reading about checks and balances in the Constitution and The Federalist Papers. Instead of their normal discussion, however, they played a fun game in which they vied with each other for tyrannical power. They split into four groups representing the three branches of government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) and [...]
Gutenberg tutors Eliot Grasso and Chris Swanson have been invited to give talks and lead workshops at the National Symposium for Classical Education in Phoenix, Arizona on February 22-24. Dr. Grasso will give a talk on "The Role of Musical Tradition Today": For centuries in the West, people have gathered [...]
In February, tutor Eliot Grasso and Gutenberg junior Emma Hollmann traveled to Worldview at the Abby gap-year program in Cañon City, Colorado, where Emma attended before coming to Gutenberg. Dr. Grasso's talk, “How to manage your FOMO,” was designed to help young adults think about what it means to trust God as they consider their [...]
Gutenberg College may be ten years late to the podcast party, but it is never too late to throw our hat in the ring! The podcast format is a perfect fit for Gutenberg. We at Gutenberg spend a lot of our time reading great works of literature and then raising interesting questions for discussion. [...]
In its Young Philosophers series, Gutenberg College opens its (virtual) doors to high-school-age participants for thoughtful online discussion of important ideas. In 2022-23, we will examine some prominent examples of pop culture and discuss their artistry, ideas, and significance. What messages is pop culture sending, and how is it sending them? What do we think [...]
Recently Gutenberg College was approached by Viewpoint, a public television program that airs mini documentaries about organizations with interesting stories. After passing through an interview process, we were selected as one of their clients! As part of the project, Viewpoint will create a three-to-five-minute documentary about Gutenberg College and distribute it to Public Television [...]
You can give to Gutenberg without donating your own funds. Here are some great ways: AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Gutenberg College every time you shop—at no cost to you. When you shop on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5 percent of the purchase price [...]
“This book was born twenty-five years ago on a very bad night. As a young Christian (I converted at eighteen) I struggled greatly with the sin that was all too noticeable in my life. Some of my teachers at the time believed in the “victorious Christian life” theology. Victory over sin was mine, [...]