Lisa Ritter, Online Student Ambassador Coordinator
Lisa Ritter '14 is a Media Studies and Digital Arts major and a French minor from Westford, MA. She is part of the Founders Society, a DJ at SMC's radio station WWPV, a co-editor of the yearbook, and an avid skier. Lisa loves photography, social media, her cats, and traveling. She even spent fall of her junior year abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark. Lisa likes St. Mike's because "everyone is so friendly and welcoming. Students, professors, faculty - they all want to help you achieve your goals."
Claire Cavanaugh '17 is from Newbury, Massachusetts. She is a Media Studies, Journalism, and Digital Arts major here at St. Mike's and chose to come to Vermont because she loves the area and the idea of all the Wilderness Program, MOVE, and study abroad opportunities. She also hoped from the beginning to get into blogging for the school and is excited to be realizing that dream!
Dominic Wood '15 is a Media Studies and Digital Arts major and a Theatre minor from Clarksburg, MA. He is the PSA & News Director for the SMC radio station WWPV and also loves participating in the Drama Club and Green Up. You are likely to find him in the theater working on a play or in Bergeron editing a film. Dom studied abroad in Florence, Italy during fall semester '13 but is happy to be back on the SMC campus where he loves the close-knit community and the chance to get outside and go skiing in the winter or mountain biking when the snow melts.
Cecelia Schnobrich '17 is a Media Studies, Journalism, and Digital Arts major with a Business minor from Grand Marais, Minnesota, a small town even colder than Vermont. She likes photography, being outside, spontaneity, and the smell of vanilla. She chose St. Mike's because of the beautiful area and the friendly people.
Alex Byrne '14 is a Psychology major from Mamaroneck, NY, who also minors in History. Alex is an extremely involved member of MOVE and Founders Society and is also a VITA team leader. In her spare time, she read, cooks for her friends and specializes in making people's day. How, you ask? Well, she admits to "adoring" hugs and offers them to whoever on campus might need them. She likes Saint Mike's because "it's become my second home - no matter who you meet, whether it be professors, students, or even the sweet people at the Knightstand, you always feel the presence of the SMC family!"