First Drone Delivery of College Acceptance Letter in U.S. via Lewis University
Seamus Hughes (Lyons Township '18) and Connor Hartweg (OPRF '18) Work a Beautiful Hidden Ball Trick
Aurora University Men's Soccer vs University of Chicago September 16, 2017
The North Icelandic Benedictine School is a fourteenth-century Icelandic literary movement, the lives, activities, and relationships of whose members are attested particularly by Laurentius saga biskups. This movement is characterised by an elaborate rhetorical style new to Icelandic saga-writing at the time, with Latinate grammar, Latin and Low German loan-words; and, unusually for Icelandic sagas, which are usually anonymous, a close-knit network of identifiable authors. The school is associated particularly with the Northern Icelandic Benedictine monasteries of Þingeyri and Munkaþverá in the diocese of Hólar, and with the students of Jón Halldórsson and Lárentíus Kálfsson.