Safe efficiency, high spirits and hope greet students

The liberal arts training of Saint Michael’s College Director of Admission Michael Stefanowicz ’09 helped frame his perspective the morning of this year’s unorthodox but well-thought-out, safety-conscious and ultimately uplifting […]

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New Trustee leaders bring steady optimism to mission

The new Saint Michael’s Board of Trustees chair is Patricia Casey, a veteran enrollment professional who foresees the College enduring and ultimately thriving anew at the other end of a […]

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Saint Michael’s again in Princeton Review ‘Best Colleges’

Saint Michael’s College is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company features Saint Michael’s again in the new 2021 […]

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New community ‘network’ targets pandemic challenges

Saint Michael’s College students this fall can join the COVID Action Network (SMC CAN!) to address and learn more about pandemic-related challenges alongside the faculty and staff collaborators who created […]

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Superior safety app allows slow phase-out of ‘blue lights’

As at an increasing number of other colleges nationwide, the success and popularity of an “app” for smartphones to keep students connected with campus Public Safety will allow Saint Michael’s […]

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Author Nicholas Carr to give 2020 Sutherland Lecture via Zoom

Saint Michael’s College Dean of Faculty Tara Natarajan announced this week that author, journalist and scholar Nicholas Carr, whose work focuses on the intersection of technology, economics and culture, will […]

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Now independent, Early Learning Center reopening

Following the closure of the Early Learning Center at Saint Michael’ s College in June, a small group of dedicated staff, parents and community members have worked tirelessly to re-establish […]

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Summer research projects arise thanks to funds, creative mentors

The COVID-19 pandemic has not stopped three Saint Michael’s students from doing meaningful summer research at the intersection of scientific and “quantitative” majors like math and statistics. Key elements behind […]

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