Engineering seniors present Capstones

Five Engineering seniors completing the Saint Michael’s College-University of Vermont 3+2 Program on Friday, April 26, presented their Senior Capstone Projects at the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences Engineering […]

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Notre-Dame fire

“It may not feel the same to visit Paris without Notre-Dame the way it was,” said Edmundite Fr. Marcel Rainville ’67, who has led numerous heritage tours to France exploring […]

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St Mike’s wins in business ‘marathon’

A team composed of Saint Michael’s College students, accompanied by Professors Robert Letovsky and Karen Popovich of the Department of Business Administration & Accounting, on March 1, 2019, competed in the […]

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Gov. Scott on campus

Vermont’s Republican Gov. Phil Scott told a well-attended “town hall meeting” on the Saint Michael’s College campus the afternoon of Monday, April 8, that “we can make Vermont more prosperous […]

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Onion River Review launch

Standing and reading in the comfy-crowded living-room area of Hoehl Welcome Center at Monday evening’s launch party for the 2019 Onion River Review, Emeritus English Instructor Will Marquess, the Saint Michael’s […]

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Speaker on new nonprofit

David Radcliffe, director of the New Community Project, led a discussion at Saint Michael’s College Wednesday evening, April 3, in the Roy Event Center of the Dion Family Student Center […]

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Station manager Stumpf at WWPV

While Saint Michael’s College’s student radio station WWPV has an FCC-prescribed broadcast signal that is relatively low-power, this year’s senior station manager Paul Stumpf is anything but. The upbeat and […]

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Common Text engages border issues

The Common Text selection for incoming first-year Saint Michael’s College students in 2019-2020 will be The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border by Francisco Cantu. The author grew up in […]

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Religion at Pine Ridge Reservation

The Edmundite Center for Peace and Justice sponsored a YOU COUNT event discussion panel about “Nicholas Black Elk, Lakota Spirituality, and Catholicism on the Pine Ridge Reservation” on Thursday, March […]

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‘Birthday party’ to honor hero, Huerta

A “Migrant Justice Benefit & Birthday Party to honor Dolores Huerta: An Awareness & Fundraising Fiesta,” sponsored by the Saint Michael’s College Spanish Club and Department of Classical and Modern […]

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