John Paul Ferguson

John Paul Ferguson

John Paul Ferguson is a sophomore in Fisher Hall, and is completely obsessed with his PLS major. He also has a minor in Constitutional Studies, and has always had a special reverence for all forms of art including literature and film.



Rover Recommends: Marvel’s Black Panther

March 2, 2018

Better than your average Marvel Movie

The Death Penalty: Against a Culture of Life

February 16, 2018

Moral, legal, philosophical dimensions of capital punishment

“Thor Ragnarok”: Predictable, But Fun

November 10, 2017

Third and last installment of the “Thor” trilogy provides a typical Marvel spectacle

Student Seminar With Mark Lilla Explores Identity Politics, Liberal Arts

October 6, 2017

Columbia professor and journalist discusses the great books with students

Ed Sheeran: Live in Chicago

September 22, 2017

The pop singer draws on multicultural sounds in new album, but hasn’t lost his roots

In the Face of a “Culture of Death”

September 7, 2017

On the need for a global “culture of life”

Logan: End of the Hugh Jackman Era

April 27, 2017

A reflection on the final installment of the X-men Wolverine films

Alfred Hitchcock as Catholic Noir

March 23, 2017

Baylor professor speaks on influence Hitchcock’s Catholic faith on his films

Hearings for Gorsuch Nomination to Begin

March 2, 2017

Vote to take place at end of month

Lecture Examines Race and Freedom in America

February 17, 2017

Columbia Professor Jelani Cobb speaks on race relations past, present, and future