Kendra Smith returns to lead HR with wealth of experience

Kendra Smith ’09 has returned to lead the Saint Michael’s Human Resources office where she started as a student worker in 2005 before rising to increasingly responsible duties as an employee starting in 2012 prior to leaving briefly at the end of 2019 for a project at Burlington’s Howard Center that she recently wrapped up. […]

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Onion River Review ‘launches,’ if only online at least for now

About this time last April, the exuberant and keenly anticipated annual celebration of creativity that is the Onion River Review launch party in Hoehl Welcome Center was a junior-year highlight for Ariel Wish ’20 and her fellow “core editors” of Saint Michael’s College’s student literary magazine, which also showcases student visual art. In normal years, […]

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In This Together: Edition 3

Staff in the College’s Marketing & Communications office are continuing to find and post stories from our community during these uncommon times brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve invited anybody among us to share whatever from their daily lives might inspire and make us feel connected, from the more serious to the whimsical.This past […]

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Common Text choice engages timely social issues

The Common Text selection for incoming first-year Saint Michael’s College students in 2020-2021 will be Reading with Patrick: A Teacher, a Student, and a Life-Changing Friendship (2017) by Michelle Kuo, who taught in rural Arkansas as a Teach for America volunteer after graduating from Harvard. Her book based on that experience is both an inspiring […]

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Fire & Rescue crews adjust to serving in pandemic

The student volunteers and leaders of Saint Michael’s Fire and Rescue are meeting the “significant test” of the COVID-19 pandemic effectively and with determined professionalism, boosted by strong community support, reported a student member to the SMFR Board of Directors during a Zoom version of its regularly scheduled meeting this past weekend. The virtual meeting […]

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Early Learning Center goes above and beyond, remotely

Creative efforts beyond the call of duty from employees of the Saint Michael’s College Early Learning Center (ELC) brought praise and appreciation this week from St. Mike’s employees who seek daily to productively occupy their young children at home even while trying to continue their own work for the College online. Two examples are the […]

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In This Together: Edition 2

Staff in the College’s Marketing & Communications office are continuing to find and post stories from our community during these uncommon times brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve invited anybody among us to share whatever from their daily lives might inspire and make us feel connected, from the more serious to the whimsical. Last […]

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In This Together

Staff in the College’s Marketing & Communications office are continuing to find and post stories from our community during these uncommon times brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier this week we invited anybody among us to share whatever from their daily lives might inspire and make us feel connected, from the more serious to […]

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Core Team leaders are backbone of MOVE

Saint Michael’s College’s well-established Mobilization of Volunteer Efforts (MOVE) program through Edmundite Campus Ministry provides students with an abundance of service opportunities. Several current MOVE Core Team leaders recently shared their perspective on the experience of being a Core Team leader, and how it has changed them and their St. Mike’s experience. These leaders’ variety […]

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Award to student caps College’s celebration of women

On Sunday, March 8, Saint Michael’s College held its 2nd annual celebration of International Women’s Day, recognizing the accomplishments of multiple women affiliated with the College through a specialized web page and series of emails, and announcing the recipient of the International Women’s Day Scholarship: Rebecca Furgal ’21, a political science major from Northborough, MA. […]

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