Making it Work: Creativity perseveres in a pandemic

We invited the community to share inspiring and interesting initiatives this semester in the “new normal” to make learning and campus life work well in spite of the considerable challenges […]

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Staff Awards during virtual assembly buoy spirits

A virtual Staff Assembly Thursday morning was a chance to celebrate community achievements among Saint Michael’s employees with the annual Staff Awards, while first offering an update from leaders on […]

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Path to elite ‘green MBA’ studies started at St. Mike’s

Meghan VanStry ’17 is currently an MBA candidate in the nationally recognized Sustainable Innovation MBA program at the University of Vermont’s Grossman School of Business — an opportunity that grew […]

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Saint Michael’s again lands in U.S. News ‘Best Colleges’

Saint Michael’s College is once again among the top National Liberal Arts Colleges in the United States, according to U.S. News & World Report in its 2021 Best Colleges listings. […]

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Faculty and staff changes for the 2020 fall semester

Here is the list of faculty changes as of July 1 reported from the College’s Academic Affairs Office, followed by a list of new staff who have joined us in […]

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Eco-Reps keep students informed on sustainability

This year, Saint Michael’s College has three student Environmental-Representatives (Eco-Reps) on campus. These Eco-Reps are undergraduate leaders with a goal of informing students about sustainability issues as well as leading […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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