Arun Gandhi guides students on non-violence

In Bombay, India, the boat from South Africa docked, and Arun Gandhi and his wife boarded the boat to meet their friend. Instead, the first person they were greeted by was a white man, whom they had never met before. The man introduced himself to Gandhi — turns out, this man was a member of […]

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Saint Michael’s chefs win cooking competition

The chefs from Saint Michael’s College are winners for the second year in a row. Saint Michael’s, represented by Jeff Brogan and Karen Taylor, won the third annual Vermont First Localvore Cooking Challenge on Wednesday, March, 29, topping eight other Vermont colleges. The competition, sponsored by Sodexo, took place in Alliot Hall at Saint Michael’s […]

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French priest tells of seeking Holocaust mass graves

The Roy Room in Dion Student Center swelled with Saint Michael’s community members for the 37th annual Rabbi Wall Lecture series. Rev. Patrick Desbois, a French Catholic priest, was the honorary speaker. Having started a foundation that has located tens of thousands of unmarked graves created by the Nazi death squads, he lectured on “The […]

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Terry Tempest Williams gets at the nature of things

“I don’t know when I have felt such a spirit of place, and I mean that,” said Terry Tempest Williams, internationally celebrated environmental author, activist and defender of America’s wild places. She was addressing a full Roy Room — nearly 300 students, faculty, staff and members of the wider community — in the Dion Family […]

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Students compete in Free Enterprise Marathon again

Saint Michael’s College sent a team of students to participate in the 5th Annual Free Enterprise Marathon held March 9 at SUNY Plattsburgh.  Charles Herbert, Emily Tarr, and William (Alex) Winkelmann represented Saint Michael’s in a two-part competition: a creativity & innovative challenge and a Free Enterprise “Speak-Off.” The purpose of the competition was to encourage […]

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Tanzanian Fulbright scholar Msoka to visit campus

Fulbright Scholar and Professor Colman Titus Msoka, an urban sociologist from Tanzania, will be coming the campus of Saint Michael’s College under the auspices of the Outreach Lecturing Fund this coming week. His main host during the visit, Patti Delaney, chair of the College’s sociology and anthropology faculty, said Saint Michael’s is inviting Professor Msoka […]

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St. Mike’s team pitches Vermont-branded products

The team of four Saint Michael’s College Accounting/Business majors whose startup concept is known as Vermont Chill Company represented the College at the 2nd annual LaunchVT Collegiate event, held on Friday February 2, 2017 at Vermont Technical College in Randolph, VT. The collegiate competition is an offshoot of the highly successful LaunchVT event  begun four years […]

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Letovsky appointed as LaMarche Chair in business

Saint Michael’s College Professor Robert Letovsky recently was honored with a three-year appointment as the David LaMarche Endowed Chair of Business Administration and Accounting, effective Fall 2017. President Jack Neuhauser confirmed the appointment on March 9, 2017, after Letovsky was nominated by business and accounting faculty colleagues, and received support from both Dean Jeff Ayres […]

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Princeton physicist Bialek to share his view of life

William Bialek, a nationally renowned physicist who studies the extremes of physical phenomena and their connection with living systems, will speak at Saint Michael’s College on Tuesday, April 4 at 5:30 p.m. in the Roy Event Room of the Dion Family Student Activity Center. The visit is part of a program run by Phi Beta Kappa, the […]

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Student Veterans Association hosts Unity Festival

Students flooded Dion Student Center on Saturday, March 4 to play games, throw pies in their friend’s faces, take pictures at the photo booth and lined up for the food trucks outside. This year was the first ever Unity Festival put on by the Saint Michael’s Student Veterans Association (SVA), who worked in conjunction with […]

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