Energy competition educates, inspires good habits

A fun and educational energy competition between two Saint Michael’s College first-year residence halls, organized by junior environmental studies/political science double major Anna Beach ’22, recently kicked into high gear […]

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Nearly 120 hear author Carr’s virtual Sutherland talk

This year’s 2020 Sutherland Lecture, presented Thursday afternoon, October 22, by author Nicholas Carr to a virtual audience of about 120 people via Zoom because of the pandemic, was titled […]

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Virtual panelists describe varied paths into law

Five alumni with distinct, interesting paths in the field of law came together in a Zoom presentation through the Saint Michael’s College Career Education & Alumni Engagement Center on the […]

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Serving the community six feet apart

A group of 10 senior capstone students at Saint Michael’s College have harnessed the spirit of community and togetherness in the midst of an isolating pandemic this fall semester. Led […]

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St. Mike’s featured in Princeton Review Guide to Green Colleges 2021 Edition

Saint Michael’s College is one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges, according to The Princeton Review®. The education services company features Saint Michael’s in The Princeton Review Guide to […]

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Internships, job guidance still vibrant in pandemic

For colleges as for individuals, long-term relationships can offer critical sustenance through hard times. So it has been professionally for Ingrid Peterson, veteran director of the Saint Michael’s Career Education […]

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Professor Griffith elected national ACLU officer at crucial time

“So many people are looking at ways to make a difference today, and this is mine,” says media law expert and civil rights activist Traci Griffith of the Saint Michael’s […]

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Alumni pals and wives launch promising fish business

Steve Flynn and Sean McDaniel (both Class of ’93) have been friends for more than 30 years. This Saturday, October 10, the two friends and their wives, Amy Flynn and […]

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PowerVine: SMC’s Energy Newsletter – Autumn 2020

The Center for the Environment released the second edition of Power Vine: SMC’s Energy Newsletter, focusing on the unconventional reopening of campus and state to the Fall 2020 semester. Read […]

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MOVE student leaders pivot nimbly to keep serving

More people ought to know about and be inspired by “the incredible work MOVE Core Team leaders and student employees are doing to keep their peers engaged and the larger […]

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