Lacey funds to support study-semesters in Senegal, Bolivia

Supported by funds from the Brian Lacey ’72 International Fellowship in Social Justice, one Saint Michael’s College student will spend a semester living, learning and serving in Senegal and another in Bolivia during the coming Spring 2018 semester, Margaret de Pont, a junior from Norton, MA, majoring in both international relations and French with a […]

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Saint Michael’s earns prestigious sustainability rating

Over the past decade, Saint Michael’s College’s environment-oriented efforts toward increased sustainability have expanded greatly, and now a prestigious national rating system has recognized those achievements. Saint Michael’s has earned a “Silver” rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) through its Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS), which […]

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ShredMC kicks off winter season with 17th Annual Jibfest

A stoked St. Mike’s community gathered in the 300s field on Friday, November 17, for the 17th Annual ShredMC Jibfest sponsored by Burton Snowboards and Jay Peak. The skiing and snowboarding competition is held on the Saint Michael’s College campus and features rails, boxes, and two-story scaffolding for competitors to drop in. About 30 St. […]

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Events mark Veterans Day with substance and style

The Military Community Services family on the Saint Michael’s College campus made the most of Veterans Day this past Saturday (and in days leading up to it) with a special film screening, a guest speaker/dinner gala in Dion Center, and displays showcasing an impressive network of supports, opportunities and programs that benefit and honor veterans. […]

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New Model UN Club making name beyond campus

A recently vibrant and growing Model United Nations Club at Saint Michael’s College played the role of Slovenia and held its own against competitors from top colleges during a nationally well-established Model UN Conference in Philadelphia the second weekend of November. Five men from the club made the long driving road trip for a Thursday-Sunday […]

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Speaker: Catholic higher education is amid sea-changes

“Knowledge is no longer a product you identify as naturally with a university as it used to be,” said a Villanova historical theologian during a campus talk Tuesday that weighed the impact of market forces and technology on education and probed who today has real access to knowledge and power. Concurrently, he broke down sea-changes […]

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Top student business-passion pitch: horses for therapy

Psychology major Anna Willenbaker ’18’s idea for a therapeutic horse-riding business won the third annual Pitch Your Passion competition for business-minded students at Saint Michael’s College on Sunday, November 5, earning her a $1,000 prize and an invitation to a larger regional competition involving several area colleges. She has a minor in business. The student-run […]

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Saint Michael’s celebrates 14th International Festival

This weekend marked another year of amazing performances, people, and food at the 14th Annual International Festival. More than 500 people were in attendance to watch a variety of performances, and sample cuisine from 30 different countries at the Tarrant Center at Saint Michael’s College on Saturday, Nov. 4. Kimoi Seale ’06, the Assistant Dean […]

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Fly-tying sessions for veterans set for Saturdays

Fly-fishing with other veterans “creates another community of veterans, along with volunteers who are non-veterans, and helps with recovery from a lot of issues veterans might be facing,” says Chris Boutin. He did several tours with the Marines and Army National Guard in Iraq and Afghanistan, and now is a Saint Michael’s College psychology student […]

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