Korematsu raises civil rights call

Americans have the moral imperative to challenge prejudice courageously, welcome immigrants and understand that voting is a privilege and power to be used for good, 2019 Commencement speaker Karen Korematsu told Saint Michael’s College’s graduates on Sunday morning, May 12, in the Ross Sports Center See images from the Commencement ceremony >> “We want your […]

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Senior Awards Brunch 2019

As is tradition at Saint Michael’s College, the Thursday before Commencement weekend (May 9 this year) was celebrated with the Senior Awards Brunch. The event, which recognizes exceptional members of the senior class, as well as student-selected faculty and staff, annually brings forth inspirational figures who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to the Saint Michael’s […]

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New MAT program meets demands

A new Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program at Saint Michael’s College, more practice-based than the traditional Master of Education (MEd), answers growing demands from potential undergraduates, recent college graduates, and career-changers to earn teacher licensure faster and more affordably. Claudine Bedell, director of Graduate Education, and Amy Saks-Pavese, MAT coordinator, say this new […]

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Study-abroad students come, go

Peggy Imai, Saint Michael’s director of study abroad, recent shared with faculty about “your students and their upcoming plans to explore the world,” writing in a campus-wide email: “We have a small (but enthusiastic!) cohort of students preparing to spend their fall semesters abroad. The majority of these students will be heading to destinations that […]

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Lacey winner Fall 2019

Deana DiBenedetto ’21, a Saint Michael’s College sophomore political science major with a Crime and Justice minor from Hannacroix, NY, is the Fall Semester 2019 recipient of the Brian Lacey International Fellowship in Social Justice award. She will be studying “away” at American University’s Washington Semester Program, announced Peggy Imai, Saint Michael’s director of study […]

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Academic Symposium

Students from all different disciplines presented their own research projects in the St. Mike’s Academic Symposium, from Wednesday, April 24 through Saturday, April 27. Students majoring in Media Studies, Journalism and Digital Arts presented their projects on Wednesday, in the Roy Room in the Dion Family Student Center. Some of these students include Lily Bonadies, […]

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