Foresight, adaptability keep job profile strong for accounting seniors

More than half of Saint Michael’s College’s accounting seniors have already landed good full-time jobs across the Northeast to start in summer or fall, said Professor Steven Doyon ’88, instructor […]

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‘Silent Sky’ is main spring play, telling story of astronomy pioneer Leavitt

Silent Sky, a historically-rooted play by the widely popular young American dramatist Lauren Gunderson based on the life of the pioneering astronomer Henrietta Swan Leavitt more than a century ago, […]

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Poems Are Bridges: An Interview with Richard Blanco

On March 13, 2021, in advance of his appearance at Saint Michael’s College as part of the Donald J. Sutherland lecture series, junior English major Georgia Flanders (GF) and first-year […]

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Marlon Hyde ’21 selected as first VPR News Fellow

Vermont Public Radio has hired Marlon Hyde ’21 as its first News Fellow, the station announced Thursday. Marlon Hyde is graduating from Saint Michael’s College this spring with a degree […]

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Rabbi Wall speaker explores Jewish environmentalism

Jewish environmentalists are widely enthusiastic and optimistic in embracing technology to advance the cause, unlike many outside Judaism who might hold technology more suspect for being beyond immediate organic nature, […]

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Peace Corps at 60: A new beginning after pandemic

WASHINGTON – On March 1, the Peace Corps celebrates 60 years since President John F. Kennedy established the agency in 1961. The anniversary of the Peace Corps commemorates international peace […]

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Interfaith service affirms wisdom, peace, community

“It felt good to pray with people from different faith traditions who gathered in the same place at the same time,” said Saint Michael’s campus music minister Jerome Monachino ’91 […]

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College names inaugural Edmundite Graduate Fellows

Saint Michael’s President Lorraine Sterritt today had the following exciting announcement for the College community about the naming of the two inaugural Edmundite Graduate Fellows: Dear members of the Saint […]

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Barry Roy ’67 leaves Saint Michael’s largest single gift in school history

Class of 1967 alumnus and longtime Trustee Barry Roy bequeathed $4 million to Saint Michael’s College through his estate, the largest single gift in the school’s 117-year history, College officials […]

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Congratulations to December 2020 graduates

Congratulations to this year’s December 2020 Saint Michael’s College graduates. We celebrate the achievement of these new alumni even though it was not possible to hold the traditional winter graduation […]

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