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 initiatives for improving the sustainable practices on campus. This year, the Eco-Reps are tackling the project of completing an AASHE STARS report for the college. […]

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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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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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Freeman funds to support 11 in Singapore internships

Eleven Saint Michael’s College students will live, work and learn in Singapore for nearly two months early this coming summer 2020, funded by competitive and prestigious Freeman Foundation scholarships to support international internships in Asia. This is the third year that students from Saint Michael’s will be participating in the so-called Global Citizenship International Internship […]

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Jib-Fest wows onlookers

As the official commencement of winter is approaching, winter sports have already occupied the calendars of many snowboarders and skiers. For many students at Saint Michael’s College, Jib-Fest was a campus-wide opportunity for students of all skill levels and class years to display their talents in both skiing and snowboarding. Jib-Fest occurred on December 6, […]

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Students at International Festival

Cultural exposure can serve as an immersive, enriching experience, and for many students at Saint Michael’s College, the International Festival was an opportunity to celebrate the richness of cultures that exist within the student body and surrounding community. The International Festival is a yearly celebration of different cultures through food, music, and dance performances, sponsored […]

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Success for Ryan Peterson ’98

Ryan Peterson ’98, a popular morning-news anchor on a major network-affiliate TV station in Albany, NY, productive college years and later career success in broadcasting emerged from his ability to recognize, create or seize opportunities, coupled with an enthusiasm for embracing challenges. His first step simply was recognizing early-on the opportunities that Saint Michael’s might […]

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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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