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 Design Night. These year-long projects involve teams of students working on applications proposed by local businesses, public services, or university research groups. At the lively […]

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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 the French Catholic roots of Saint Michael’s College’s founding religious order to which he belongs. Fr. Rainville’s impressions, shared Tuesday morning a day after a […]

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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 7th annual “Free Enterprise Marathon” (FEM) held at the State University of New York in Plattsburgh, taking home an $800 fourth place prize. This year’s event, […]

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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 by attracting more taxpayers.” The Saint Michael’s College Business Society and the College’s chapter of Young Americans for Freedom sponsored this campus event with the […]

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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 College student-literary magazine godfather, took flight in the occasion’s rarified creative air. Read the current issue of the Onion River Review >> “There once was a dude […]

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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 centered on environmental concerns and how we can take better care of our planet. The New Community Project is relatively new nonprofit organization, founded in […]

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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 tireless physics major, a four-year WWPV DJ and rugby player from Norwalk, CT, said his priorities this year have included improving WWPV’s website, programming, technology, […]

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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 the Southwest in proximity to the border, studied immigration and border issues in college and later worked as a border patrol agent. “The book delves […]

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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 28 in the Roy Event Room at the Dion Family Student Center. The panelists included Jerald Swope, department chair and associate professor of Media Studies, […]

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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 Languages and Literature, will be Wednesday, April 10 at 7 p.m. in the Dion Family Student Center Roy Room. Dolores Huerta, who on April 10 […]

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