Senegalese films offer fresh French-culture experience

Each year, members from both inside and outside the Saint Michael’s community join French Professor Laurence Clerfeuille in the Cheray 101 lecture hall to experience French culture through a series of powerful and carefully selected films. Different from the France and Quebec Film Festivals that have been tradition in the past, however, this year’s festival […]

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Chemistry students ‘haunt’ Echo Center

Halloween is slowly approaching, and for many young children at the ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, a premiere nature and science museum on the Burlington waterfront, a variety of fun experiments led by Saint Michael’s College volunteers sparked a wave of curiosity to kick-start the spooky season. Professor David Heroux of the Saint Michael’s […]

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Bernard on African-American writing tradition

Members of the Saint Michael’s community filled the McCarthy Recital Hall on Wednesday, October 23 to welcome acclaimed scholar, teacher, and writer Emily Bernard to read from her newest novel, Black is the Body: Stories from My Grandmother’s Time, My Mother’s Time, and Mine, and discuss the complexities of writing within the African American tradition. Introducing […]

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New Tree Nursery Garden

An Ecological Restoration class at Saint Michael’s College has brought new life to campus as students utilized an empty plot of land in front of the Dion Student Center to establish a Tree Nursery Garden. This project would allow more “location-based education” for Saint Michael’s students, using the natural area as a classroom to build […]

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St. Mike’s and law success

A panel of successful young Saint Michael’s college alumni in the legal profession told students from a wide variety of majors and all four class years Wednesday evening in the St. Edmund’s Hall Farrell Room that any of those majors can be good preparation for law school and a legal career. This panel was one […]

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Cantu on border issues

With aggressions rising along the border of the United States and Mexico, it is important to remain informed of our country’s immigration policies and affairs. For many students at Saint Michael’s College, a lecture given by Francisco Cantú, the author of The Line Becomes A River, provided insight into the workings of the border patrol system […]

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Memorialists: ‘Bear’ Roy embodied the best of St. Mike’s

Effectively communicating the very best of Saint Michael’s College and its spirit was an aim of an Admission event Saturday that drew 200-plus registrants to campus. The same mission was achieved vividly in a different but no-less-uplifting way at the memorial Mass in the Chapel the same glorious autumn morning as several hundred extended “family” […]

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Fellows

The Business Department is being supported by the Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) and Patti Delaney, the Special Assistant to the VPAA for International Projects. Chi and Natalia are participants in two similar programs sponsored by US Department of State and administered by American Councils for International Education. The programs’ goals include strengthening […]

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Economics major leads to success

Five Saint Michael’s College economics graduates returned to campus on October 3 — one via remote technology — for a panel presentation in the St. Edmund’s Hall Farrell Room sponsored by the Career Education Office. These accomplished alumni told a large and engaged crowd of 60 students and five faculty how they forged their “Life […]

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Speakers on Faith Journeys

Either of two action-packed and luminous Catholic-faith stories shared before large audiences at separate speaker events Monday in Saint Michael’s College’s Dion Family Student Center Roy Event Room felt worthy of Hollywood. A noon “Food For Thought” luncheon featured Wall Street evangelist and author Steve Auth. Though at the top of his profession as an […]

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