a vibrant, intellectual exchange.
A Sharing of diverse Perspectives.
A Commitment to LIFELONG LEARNING.
CSG Sunday Salons
Sunday Salons at Columbus School for Girls began in 2010 and present an opportunity for the CSG community to gather three times over the course of each school year in order to discuss various works of history, literature, politics, international relations, religion, and science.
The books and articles that are chosen for the Sunday Salons are classic in nature or present opportunities to reflect with greater perspective on current events or ideas of interest and importance. At CSG we celebrate lifelong learning and Sunday Salons help us to continue that tradition.
Sunday, February 25th from 1:30-3:30 in the Mansion Living Room: To attend, please RSVP using the form below. We hope you will join us!
We'll be discussing Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse.
Dr. Danielewicz, Upper School Latin Teacher, will moderate the discussion.
Please download the discussion questions here.
Salons are open to all members of the CSG community including former and current parents, alumnae, Board members, administration, former and current faculty, and invited guests who may offer unique perspectives to the discussion.
Through Sunday Salons:
Parents can engage with the CSG faculty and connect with the ideas that are currently flowing through the school as an inherent part of our curriculum.
Alumnae can rejoin the discussions that were perhaps started with teachers several years ago, but now with time and perspective, have gained greater currency and importance.
Guests can connect with CSG not just as a school, but as a center for academic exploration.