Brett Buboltz ’08 asks: “When was the first St. Norbert College Magazine published?”
Paul “Beta” Koehler ’59 asks: “What is the significance and meaning behind St. Norbert College’s presidential seal?”
Patti VandenBusch Albers ’76 asks: “It’s quite remarkable that the St. Norbert College Music Theatre program is celebrating its 50th year this summer. I’m curious as to what the first production was.”
Ashley Knoke ’10 asks: “When did St. Norbert change from an institution for future priests to a Catholic college open to any student?”
Brittany Draxler ’12 asks: “Was there really a high school on campus at one time?”
Bern Diederich ’65 asks: “What notable American read the oath of office to the graduating ROTC cadets from the class of 1965?”
Mallory Ford ’09 asks: “Back in the day there was a St. Norbert yearbook. Do you know why the title of it used to be ‘Des Pères’ ?”
Arnie Beimborn ’43 asks: "From my college days – ’39 to ’43 – I remember Fr. Anselm Keefe’s constant companion, a dog named Betsy. Father left the campus with Betsy riding backward in the sidecar of his motorcycle. Any information on what happened to Betsy?"
Chris Kirwen '08 asks: "I've noticed that the school was referred to as St. Norbert's College at one time. When as the 's' removed?"
Allison Schmidt '05 asks: "Is it really true that a Miss America attended St. Norbert College?"
Tom Vavrek '70 asks: "Father Anselm Keefe obtained a large cannon for the lawn in front of Main Hall in the 1920s. A smaller cannon was placed there in the 1960s. We held a huge pro-Vietnam War rally there in 1966, prominently featured in the 1967 yearbook. What became of both cannons?"
"How did the college radio station come by its call letters?"
"I heard that astronaut John Glenn attended St. Norbert College in the 1960s."