College hosts student government conference

By any measure, student government at Saint Michael’s College in Vermont is formidable. Consider just the sheer numbers: For each weekly Tuesday meeting of the St. Mike’s Student Government Association […]

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Lecture on liberal arts benefits

Columbia University scholar Roosevelt Montás (Ph.D.) offered a robust and clear articulation of the values of a liberal arts education as well as a personal testimony to its centrality in […]

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Lecture on transhumanism, synthetic biology

During this 200th anniversary year of the publication of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, Christina Bieber Lake, PhD, Clyde S. Kilby professor of English at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL, will present a lecture […]

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Campus discussion on racism

Saint Michael’s College faculty and staff gathered Tuesday evening, February 19, in the Dion Family Student Center Roy Room to discuss Eric Dyson’s book What Truth Sounds Like and how it relates […]

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‘Select St. Mike’s’ event a roaring success

About 175 newly accepted students and their families visited the Saint Michael’s College campus last Saturday, Feb. 16, for a full day of programs. It was first of four such […]

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President lunches with scholars

Three Saint Michael’s College students who recently received so-called S-Stem scholarships to encourage their combined study of science with a computational or quantitative concentration met together as a cohort for […]

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A Doll’s House on campus

“I was born a feminist,” says Kathryn Markey ’84, a New-York-based actor/director and longtime Saint Michael’s Playhouse favorite who is back on campus to direct Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House — this […]

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Lecture on ‘American Jews and Israel’

This year’s 2019 Rabbi Max B. Wall Lecture at Saint Michael’s College will be presented Dov Waxman, Stotsky Professor of Jewish Historical and Cultural Studies at Northeastern University and Professor […]

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‘The Harlem Renaissance’ lecture

A blend of visual and audio will be part of “The Harlem Renaissance” — a presentation in celebration of Black Culture Month in the Dion Student Center at Saint Michael’s […]

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Fulbright award recipient to Prague

Jo Ellis-Monaghan, chair of the Saint Michael’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics, was officially notified recently that she has been awarded the Fulbright-Charles University Distinguished Chair position for spring 2020 […]

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