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B.A. University of Oxford
About Mr. Lolli
Noah Lolli graduated with highest honors (a “First”) from the University of Oxford (England), earning a BA in Theology and Religion. There, he also earned a scholarship for distinction in his first examinations. His studies focused especially on the Thomist and Indian philosophical traditions, with his senior thesis investigating the relationship between
Aquinas’s concept of Being and Indian “difference and non-difference” thought.
Outside the classroom Noah helped lead the Oxford University Thomistic Institute chapter, and volunteered in, and then served as President, of Oxford Students for Life. In that role, he helped respond to national media organizations, navigate protest, and invite high-profile speakers, including members of the House of Lords. He has served as an intern with the Ethics and Public Policy Center, where he assisted with work on 20th century German Catholic thought.
Before his time at Oxford, Noah grew up in Winnetka, Illinois. At New Trier High School, where he was selected as commencement speaker, he ran both track and cross-country, and played in jazz and orchestral ensembles. His love for music and running continues.