Power outage no show-stopper for Playhouse ‘reopening’

Times being what they are, few of 220 audience members in McCarthy Arts Center Theatre Saturday afternoon likely were too surprised when all the lights and power unexpectedly went out […]

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Educator workshop promotes advancement of justice, healing in face of racism

Five veteran local educators shared with Saint Michael’s master’s education students Wednesday evening in the Dion Family Student Center Roy Room on the timely topic of “Antiracist Pedagogies: Justice and […]

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Saint Michael’s No. 1 in NCAA Division II Academic Success Rate for Fourth Time in 12 Years

Saint Michael’s College led NCAA Division II in student-athlete graduation rate for the fourth time in 12 years in 2021, as data released by the NCAA on Thursday revealed the […]

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Fellowship preparing Vezina ’22 for career in higher education

When Connor Vezina ‘22 got word of his acceptance into the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Undergraduate Fellowship Program (NUFP), he felt as if his hard work was […]

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Alumni profile: Wealth manager Cinzia Coppola ’09 says Saint Michael’s built ‘a foundation for growth’

What year did you graduate and what did you study? I graduated from Saint Michael’s College in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a double minor in […]

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Durick Library display highlights College’s major milestones

View panels from Durick display with images and profiles>> A new display in Saint Michael’s College’s Durick Library created by the longtime archivist Elizabeth Scott describes and celebrates “the trailblazers […]

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Business studies, varsity baseball and maintaining F-35s keep student busy

Brady Perron ’22, a Saint Michael’s College varsity baseball catcher and Business Administration and Accounting major from Barton, VT, said he enlisted in the Vermont Air National Guard during his […]

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Speaker describes how St. Edmund influenced so many souls in his time, and even beyond

History Professor Andrew Reeves of Georgia State University helped a large audience at the world’s only Edmundite College understand Monday just how much St. Edmund of Abingdon, namesake of Saint […]

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Saint Michael’s dance team offers support, refuge and creative outlet

After an academic year of mostly remote activities, Saint Michael’s College dance team members say they were ecstatic this semester to be back in the studio, back to a regular […]

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Student organizes winter clothing drive with MOVE support

The new pressing circumstances of the pandemic have not stopped the student volunteers and leaders of MOVE within Edmundite Campus Ministry at Saint Michael’s College from doing what they do […]

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Inaugural Edmundite scholar shares her work, life influences

Watch a recording of the full presentation>> In her absorbing and challenging telling of the Black experience in the U.S., Saint Michael’s College’s Inaugural Edmundite Graduate Fellow on Tuesday solidly […]

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Dante speaks across centuries, on factions, poetry and more, Dameron says

In his late-afternoon lecture about “Dante in a Global Context” on November 1 at Saint Michael’s College, Emeritus History Professor George Dameron reminded a packed Roy Room in the Dion […]

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