Humble service defined early years of Founders Annex

The following interesting historical account about a Saint Michael’s College building (and photos) first appeared recently as a post on the Facebook page of the Winooski Historical Society that the […]

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Special seminars create space for exploration, conversation

The Junior and First-Year Seminars at Saint Michael’s College create a space for exploration, conversation, and renewed global and local perspectives, contributing a thought-provoking and essential part of a liberal […]

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Fire & Rescue has key role in campus emergency management

Saint Michael’s Fire and Rescue (SMFR) responders and Public Safety officers are responsible for the safety and well-being of students and faculty year-round on campus, in addition to the surrounding […]

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Alden grant of $150,000 boosts new Media Creation Studio

A grant of $150,000 from The George I. Alden Trust — a longtime supporter of smaller Northeast colleges including Saint Michael’s — will advance the College’s Strategic Plan priority that […]

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Portrait dedication ceremony honors Playhouse founder Henry Fairbanks

A ceremony Thursday in the McCarthy Art Center lobby dedicated a portrait of the late Henry Fairbanks, a beloved longtime Saint Michael’s humanities professor who founded Saint Michael’s Playhouse 75 […]

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Behind scenes at Playhouse, costume pros bring characters to life

This summer Saint Michael’s College has enjoyed the presence of three shows in the newly reopened Playhouse: Into the Breeches, The Mountaintop, and Desperate Measures. From actors, to directors, to […]

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St. Mike’s helped form prize-winning poet McCadden ’88

“Take a new road. Make a new road” veteran English teacher and prize-winning poet Kerrin McCadden ’88 tells young artists looking to publish their own work. “You get to define […]

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Tucker Raymond ’21 feels he has tools for great Peace Corps experience

This coming February 2023, Tucker Raymond ‘21 will embark on a two-year stint with the Peace Corps after recently accepting a placement in the Dominican Republic to teach literacy in […]

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Endearing integrity: Long-lost ID card from 1980 comes back to College

Sifting through old belongings and reliving moments from years before draws forth a special kind of nostalgia. However, what happens when you come across your Saint Michael’s College student ID […]

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Surprise results keep life interesting for student summer researchers

 View photo gallery from research luncheon. “I am impressed with the level of the research they are doing and the questions they are asking,” said Saint Michael‘s College’s new Dean […]

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Freeman interns in Korea get visit from their faculty adviser Jeffrey Ayres

On the final week of their eight-week internship placements in Seoul, South Korea, 14 Saint Michael’s students spent time with their visiting faculty adviser, Jeffrey Ayres, director of the Center […]

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Food Pop Ups meeting a campus need that often flies under radar

Students and faculty have noticed Food Pop Ups run by MOVE in Alliot Hall throughout the summer months, and many have grabbed items that they need. The purpose of the […]

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