The College Celebrates the Feast of Saint Michael

A Mass for the Feast of Saint Michael was celebrated on Thursday in the Chapel with Fr. John Unni, class of 1983 as guest celebrant and homilist. Fr. John spoke of Saint Michael and his fight against the dragon and of the war being fought against addiction in many communities. He recounted a moving story […]

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Mental Health Awareness at SMC

Students’ faces light up upon walking into Alliot Dining Hall to see a Vermont Therapy animal, coloring pages, candy and a wheel of stress reliving activities greeting them on their way to lunch. The Office of Student Life is working in conjunction with student-run club Active Minds to remind St. Mike’s students to take care of themselves on Wellness […]

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Political engagement on campus

This year is Professor David Mindich’s fifth time being on campus for a presidential election. As a professor in the Media Studies department he takes special interest providing outlets for students to stay informed. He has hosted watch parties for students since the Bush, Gore debate of 2000, and since 2004 he has offered a special class […]

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Women’s Rugby plays UConn

Family, friends and alumni gathered ready for the 2015 Rugby Northeast Women’s Champions’ return to campus since their breakout 2015 season, where they ranked 7th in the nation. This week’s challenger: University of Connecticut, a top Division 1 rugby program. Coach Charles Cisco in recent years has tried to get more competitive out of conference […]

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Bell’s ‘El Deafo’ is common text for Education students

For the fourth consecutive year the Saint Michael’s College Education Department has selected a Common Read book for Education students and the college community. These books provide opportunities for discussion, critical analysis, and connection to educational practice, while engaging in deeper questioning about social justice, inclusion, and cultural responsiveness. El Deafo by Cece Bell will be this […]

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New faces join several departments this semester

Here are the names and backgrounds of new faculty and staff joining Saint Michael’s College since last year who will be part of the community as the new semester gets under way. ALABA APESIN, Business Administration and Accounting Alaba Apesin, a new tenure-track assistant professor in the Department of Business Administration and Accounting, graduated with […]

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Day celebrates families, learning and connections

More than 500 families came to the Saint Michael’s College campus for Fall Alumni and Family Weekend, September 16-18. The key day was Saturday, with a host of academic events all day, an ambitious first Campus Public Safety Field Day and several athletic events. “The goal of Fall Alumni and Family Weekend is to provide […]

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Community gathers to grieve loss of Jerry Collins

On Wednesday evening, members of the Saint Michael’s College community gathered at the College Chapel to mourn, pray, and remember the life of Jerry Collins, a senior from Bridgewater, Massachusetts who was found dead on Wednesday morning. A half hour before the 8 p.m. service, hundreds of students began walking into the Chapel in a […]

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Saint Michael’s in top 100 U.S. Liberal Arts Colleges

Saint Michael’s College is once again among the top 100 National Liberal Arts Colleges in the United States, according to U.S. News & World Report in its 2017 Best Colleges listings. This year, Saint Michael’s is ranked at #99, behind only Holy Cross (#32) among Catholic colleges in the Northeast, and is the fifth-best ranked among Catholic liberal arts […]

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Program tackles “Racism and the Culture of Policing”

A campus program in McCarthy Arts Center Wednesday evening, sponsored by the Edmundite Center for Peace and Justice, brought keynoter and civil rights activist Nekima Levy-Pounds to speak on “Racism and the Culture of Policing,” joined by Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo, respondent. Introducing the guests was Laurie Gagne, director of the Edmundite Center […]

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