Nearly a month in, food pantry in Alliot is helping meet needs

On September 22, the Saint Michael’s College food pantry opened in Alliot 204 for student and employee use. Shelves were stocked with boxes of pasta, crackers, macaroni and cheese, ramen […]

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International Education Week brings global focus to campus events

International Education Week November 14-18, a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, is “an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education […]

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St. Mike’s students lobby on global AIDS issues in nation’s capital

Fourteen members of the Saint Michael’s College Student Global AIDS Campaign, accompanied by Choeden Lama, the College’s assistant director for the Center for Student Diversity, Empowerment, and Community, were in […]

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Speaker says that St. Edmund’s example matters today for leaders, faithful

This year’s annual Saint Edmund Lecture began with the featured speaker, English medieval scholar Cate Gunn, wondering rhetorically why the namesake of Saint Michael’s College’s founding religious order, St. Edmund […]

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Patterson a busy traveler as NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative

Ray Patterson, Saint Michael’s NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR), attended the 5th Division II FAR Advanced Leadership Institute from Sept. 30- Oct. 2 at NCAA Headquarters in Indianapolis. Patterson, a […]

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Intern with nonprofit Rural Vermont taps family connections, faculty guidance for placement

Gabby Doe ‘23, a business major with an environmental studies minor from Barnstable, MA, is currently working as a marketing and operations intern at Rural Vermont, a non-profit based in […]

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Student, faculty panelists give perspectives on disabilities issues

Students gathered in the Roy Room on the third floor of the Dion Student Center Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 8, to hear from Saint Michael’s College students and professors with various […]

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Alumna speaker shares research on mental health issues in courts

Katie Petrozzo ’17, a PhD candidate at the University of Utah, gave a talk Monday evening titled “Mental Illness as a Life Sentence: the (Mis)treatment of Psychiatric Disorders in the […]

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Faculty cameos recharge youthful theater enthusiasms in fall play

Faculty at Saint Michael’s College frequently are role models for their students, but recently, four professors from varied specialties took turns enjoying a fun new role: guest cameo performer for […]

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Winter session courses meet wide array of student needs

As the fall 2022 semester winds down, faculty and students alike can look forward to the annual winter session offered at Saint Michael’s College. Running from December 19 through January […]

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“Re-Orientation” program invites employees to ponder mission, “why we show up”

Conversations about “how we live our mission at Saint Michael’s and why we show up” — the focus of a well-attended October 14 “Re-Orientation” program for staff and faculty — […]

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For Lisa Lagerquist, international recruiting job enriches College, her own life

As the Director of Admissions Systems and International Enrollment, Lisa Lagerquist can’t ask for more variety in her job. From sitting behind her desk, working with admission data, to getting […]

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