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Upcoming events for alumni, parents and friends

July 8
Green Bay
Green Bay Bullfrogs game
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July 12
St. Norbert campus
Knights on the Fox: Conga Se Menne >>MORE 
 
July 19
St. Norbert campus
Knights on the Fox:
Bay City Swing
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July 29

Fish Creek, Wis.
Alumni trolley tour
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July 30

Eagle River, Wis.
President
s reception
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Aug. 4

St. Norbert campus
Phantom of the Opera alumni night
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Aug. 5

Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
Wisconsin Rapids Rafters game
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This month on Conversations from St.Norbert
from St. Norbert College

Alex Godoy discusses sustainable technologies with Kevin Quinn (Economics). >>MORE


 Social media
 July 2011
THATCamp
Digital humanities scholars connect on campus
When St. Norbert hosted the first-ever digital humanities “unconference” for liberal arts colleges in June, Nicole Jagielski ’12 got an up-close look at the ties between the humanities and technology – and the ways in which attendees were able to make this digital conference their own. >>MORE

Bertie and mentors

St. Norbert connection
clicks for alumna diplomat

A chance St. Norbert encounter half a world away reunites Bertie Burns ’99 with some of her early mentors. >>MORE

Summer 2011 magazine
Old friends, music and poetry:
a great mix for a summer magazine
Good Things is the theme of our summer magazine and we’re bringing readers plenty more ways to savor the season’s simple pleasures with the web exclusives in our online edition. >>MORE

Golf

An internship on par
Lindsey Novitzke ’12
is not spending her summer holed up in any old air-conditioned office building. Instead, her internship has her working on some of the country’s major golf courses – and blogging about the experience. >>MORE

Ask the Abbot

This month’s question:
Patti VandenBusch Albers ’76 asks: “I noticed that the Shakespeare Garden between JMS, Bemis, Cofrin, and Todd Wehr halls had pavers added to the walkway this spring. When was the garden created? And is it really named after William Shakespeare?Read the answer.

Feel free to write the abbot at askabbot@snc.edu with your questions about the college. He’ll be sure to respond, and he will post his favorite questions.

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