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Thursday, September 21
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Vermont college presidents take stand on DACA

The presidents of 17 colleges in Vermont who are part of the Association of Vermont Independent Colleges (AVIC), including Saint MIchael's President John Neuhauser, have released a statement on the revocation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program. You can read the statement here.

Wednesday, September 20
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St. Mike's a top 'Green College'

Saint Michael’s College is ranked as the 11th most environmentally responsible college among the 375 “greenest” campuses in the U.S. and beyond, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company known for its test prep and tutoring services, books, and college rankings features Saint Michael’s in the 2017 edition of its free book, The Princeton Review Guide to 375 Green Colleges, published September 19.

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Symposium to cover Lutheran-Catholic dialogue

The Edmundite Center for Faith and Culture at Saint Michael’s College will host a Lutheran-Catholic Dialogue Symposium at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, September 26 in the Roy Room of the Dion Family Center on campus. The occasion for this symposium is commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation.

Monday, September 18
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Convocation themes: Arts, weathering storms

Voices heard at the annual Academic Convocation at Saint Michael’s College this year invoked strengths of tradition and culture that equip the institution to thrive robustly on the other side of present challenging times nationwide for higher education.

Sunday, September 17
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Ordination of Michael Carter a day of joy

The unreserved smile illuminating Michael Carter’s face as he entered the Chapel of Saint Michael the Archangel Saturday morning in formal procession down the center aisle for his ordination as an Edmundite priest foreshadowed Burlington Bishop Christopher Coyne’s main point during the ceremony about what it means to be a priest. Each ordained man is called to be “a man of constant joy and genuine love” who takes up the burdens of others, the bishop said. Such joy must be anchored by faith residing deep in a priest’s “inner core” even through hard and sad times, Coyne said, since the faithful believer is able to say, “I know from whom I come, and to whom I go.”

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