Community mourns loss of Bob Niemi, professor, author and activist

Saint Michael’s College lost a respected and much-loved longtime faculty member of our community recently with the death of Bob Niemi on September 17. Here is Bob’s obituary, followed by […]

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To a full house, lecturer Ryan Shea suggests how poetry can help us read the book of nature

Visiting scholar Ryan Shea gave a Friday afternoon lecture on September 23 titled “Orpheus, Metaphor, and the Transformation of Vision: How Poetry Might Teach Us to Read the Book of […]

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Open House, alumni and parent visits make weekend a Welcome Back Bash

The weekend of September 23 through 25 was one of the busier in memory on the Saint Michael’s campus with two major successful events in the annual Alumni & Family […]

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Student athletes find ways to study abroad despite demanding schedules

For busy student-athletes, studying abroad can often feel like an impossible feat. With practices, strength training, and miscellaneous team events occurring constantly throughout the year, studying abroad at the price […]

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Hungarian Parliamentarians share on campus about democratic best hopes

Five members of Hungary’s Parliament visited Saint Michael’s College Wednesday, learning and teaching about the essentials and challenges of democracy. The group’s campus host Jeffrey Ayres, director of the College’s […]

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Vermont Lt. Gov. Molly Gray shares views and experiences with criminology students

Assuring human and civil rights while meeting essential security and public safety needs at the world, state and local levels has focused much of Vermont Lt. Gov. Molly Gray’s legal […]

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Winners of annual staff awards: Baker, Turner, Armour, Scott, St. Peter

Five Saint Michael’s people – two unsung heroes, a distinguished leader, a valued servant and a notably creative thinker — received special staff awards during an assembly Tuesday morning in […]

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Neurodegenerative diseases, clean energy from fusion, cannabis impairment on tap for seminar series

Faculty members and students at Saint Michael’s College will present their groundbreaking research throughout the fall semester on topics that address some of the biggest challenges facing our world today. […]

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Why study liberal arts? A look at the Art & Design, Theatre and English majors at St. Mike’s

Liberal arts colleges all over the country have been struggling to keep enrollment numbers up over the past few years, leading to a particular growing emphasis on definitive paths to […]

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Radio Station WWPV on the comeback trail post-pandemic

WWPV is a radio station owned by Saint Michael’s College and licensed to serve the community of Colchester, VT. The station’s control room exists on the second floor of Dion […]

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Ceremony honors scholars, teachers of Saint Michael’s

At this year’s annual Academic Convocation — a September tradition established in 1986 to honor Saint Michael’s College scholars and scholarship — more than 100 faculty, staff, students and College […]

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Work starting this week anticipates mid-October return of Founders cupola

In preparation for the expected mid-October return to campus of the restored Founders Hall cupola, contractors will start work later this week on an outdoor gathering space anchored by the […]

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