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Tuesday, January 17
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Eco-friendly electric trucks practical and cool

Two new electric trucks coming into service at Saint Michael’s College this week will turn a few heads as they quietly whir around campus collecting recycling or making deliveries. Russell Sabens, the College’s Transportation & Fleet administrator, says he took delivery last week of the unique-looking vehicles, built by a Florida company called MotoElectric that had impressed him in his research. As far as he knows, these are the first electric vehicles ever in the College’s fleet.

Friday, January 13
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MLK Week themes: Community, justice

“The Power of Community and the Ethics of Justice” will be the theme for Rev. Nyle Fort, keynote speaker during The 25th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation on Monday, January 23 at Saint Michael’s College. His day on campus launches a week of activities Jan. 23-28 to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Wednesday, January 11
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New St. Mike’s scientific imaging lab opens Jan. 16

Suite features advanced state-of-the-art technology, funded by Alden Trust, and is of special direct interest to the College’s biology, neuroscience, chemistry, environmental sciences, and physics students and faculty as Saint Michael’s continues a dramatic expansion in the last decade of mentored undergraduate research.

Friday, January 06
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List of December 2016 graduates

Congratulations to our December 2016 graduates, who marked the occasion with President John J. Neuhauser and Vice President for Academic Affairs Karen Talentino on Dec. 11, 2016 during a small ceremonial breakfast  in the Dion Family Student Center Roy Room followed by late-morning Mass in the Chapel of Saint Michael the Archangel.

Thursday, January 05
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College well-represented in Scott administration

Several alumni of Saint Michael's College recently were tapped by incoming Vermont Gov. Phil Scott to serve in key posts within his administration.

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