French at Saint Michael’s reflect on Paris attacks

While recent terrorist attacks in Paris were one day of horror that properly has commanded world attention, it’s important to remember that for refugees in Syria and other troubled parts of the world, “this is their life every day” with bombs and shootings all around them. That was a point made by Meggane Grand, a […]

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Transition to ‘tobacco-free’ campus gains visibility

As with individual smokers, college campuses benefit from a plan and ample support on the road to becoming “tobacco-free.” That’s why Mary Masson, Student Health Services director, was setting up tables in the Alliot lobby beside the main student cafeteria right before lunch on Tuesday, Nov. 17, to officially launch a public transitional phase that […]

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A student’s eye on recent campus presentations:

John Hockenberry visits Saint Michael’s American journalist and author John Hockenberry, a three-time Peabody Award winner, four-time Emmy winner and current host of radio program “The Takeaway,” visited Saint Michael’s College Wednesday, November 4 to discuss climate change. He opened by mentioning what a “beautiful fall day it was, a sign of exactly what we’re […]

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Congo Week speaker highlights conflict complexity

Students, professors, faculty and members of the surrounding community piled into Cheray 101 Thursday, October 29 for a lecture by Jason Stearns to conclude Saint Michael’s College’s fifth annual Congo Week. Stearns is an American author who worked in the Democratic Republic of Congo for 10 years writing his book Dancing in the Glory of Monsters: […]

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