Poetry Slam artfully wraps up MLK Week activities

The Saint Michael’s College Martin Luther King Jr. Society wrapped up a week of events held in celebration of Dr. King’s life and legacy with a poetry slam the evening of Friday, January 24 in the McCarthy Arts Center. Guest performers came to campus to share their work with the student body, and students recited […]

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Later-week MLK film, panel stir vital exchanges

The prevalence of racism and prejudice in our society has called for opportunities to discuss the intricacies of inequality in depth, and at the McCarthy Arts Center the evening of January 21, such an opportunity arose with the screening of the Netflix Original film, American Son, for the Saint Michael’s College campus community. The film […]

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Student art on display in McCarthy Center Gallery

Those frequently passing by the McCarthy Art Gallery will notice an array of senior student work on display, rotating each week throughout the semester. These exhibitions “are not only the culmination of a semester of work on a focused art project or series, but the culmination of the students’ entire development in the Art & […]

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Senegal trip changes lives for Saint Michael’s group

Thirteen Saint Michael’s College students spent the winter break (December 26, 2019 through January 10, 2020) in Senegal for a life-changing experience with trip leaders Laurence Clerfeuille, a professor of French, and Moïse St. Louis, associate dean of Students / director of multicultural affairs and services. After an orientation to life in Senegal and an […]

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St. Mike’s biologist shares fish lessons at rural school

The students in Jennifer Blay’s middle school science classes at Lowell Graded School in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom watched a documentary about fish hatcheries earlier this school year and became fascinated by the topic. To encourage their interest, Blay sought the help of Joe Mark, who runs the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department’s “Trout in the […]

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MLK event stories stir hearts, urge action

Inspiring, poignant personal stories from the main speakers at the 28th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Society Convocation in the Saint Michael’s College Chapel on Monday, January 20 awakened gut awareness of our common humanity, driving home the urgency of action rather than just talk against racism and bias on campus and in society. Keynote […]

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Ski and Ride program popular, a rare bargain

The winter season is in full swing and students are taking advantage of a seasonal program catered to skiers of all levels. The Ski and Ride program at Saint Michael’s College, organized by the College’s Adventure Sports Center, is in conjunction with Sugarbush Ski Resort, a popular site located in the Vermont town of Warren. […]

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Professor Kuklok gets major grant

Allison Kuklok of the Saint Michael’s College philosophy faculty learned this month that she is the recipient of a prestigious, highly competitive $60,000 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) year-long Fellowship, which she will use to work on a book about the status of the human being in John Locke’s natural philosophy. She said a […]

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Dean’s List announcement

Congratulations to students named to Saint Michael’s College Dean’s list for Fall 2019. Click the following bold link to view Dean’s List for Fall 2019 Qualifications for Dean’s List A student who has completed a minimum of twelve credits of classes with grades, not including classes with a grade “P”, and achieves a grade point […]

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Scholar Clarke to be MLK keynote speaker

Dr. Clifton Clarke, a prominent global scholar, pastor, educator, missionary, community leader, and professor of religion and intercultural studies, will be this year’s keynote speaker for Saint Michael’s College’s 28th Annual MLK Convocation. His Monday afternoon talk in the campus chapel on January 20 launches a week of speakers, film, poetry and panel discussions through January 24 promoting […]

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