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College: Is It Worth It?

Higher education has undergone radical transformation in recent years, and some have begun to question whether college is actually worth the investment – the time, the energy and the financial cost. It’s a question we took to the experts – among them, our own alumni base. >>MORE


Team WorkTeam Work
Two campus friends formed a temporary scholarly partnership to research a more enduring union: the institution of marriage, and its role as a path to holiness. What they learned was both humbling and inspirational. >>MORE
 


President's ReportPresident’s Report
President Tom Kunkel takes a look back at a year of thoughtful adaptation, entrepreneurship and innovation: approaches designed to both underpin the future success of the college and benefit its students. >>MORE
 

New from St. Norbert

MCW Launches Academic Brand

The Medical College of Wisconsin has launched its new academic brand across all three of its schools, including MCW-Green Bay at the St. Norbert campus.

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Title IX Meets Radical Hospitality

At St. Norbert, we see provision of a climate in which all can feel safe as one more way we are called to extend the Norbertine value of radical hospitality.

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Coach Class Works for High Fliers

Quality assistant coaches who have helped the four-year-old women’s hockey program take its place as one of the top programs in the nation are now making their own mark in the wider world of college hockey.

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They Made a Difference
Jason Schreiber ’97 and John Dols ’96, founders of Make a Difference Day at St. Norbert, continue to make a difference in student affairs at their respective institutions.  >>MORE
Road Trip!
The alumni office faces a logistical challenge as it brainstorms ways to connect with St. Norbert alums spread across the country. This summer there was one simple answer: road trip! >>MORE

Regular Features

In My Words/Seasons of Change

Raechelle Clemmons (Information Technology Services) reflects on the landscape of higher education as it undergoes a season of change – even, a season of disruption.

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Personally Speaking/Into the Wild

“These were not just any eight students. … They fairly vibrated with a sense of readiness.” – Deirdre Egan-Ryan (English)

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Treasure/Windows to the Past

A design commission turned into a journey through college history for Brian Pirman (Art). It was a richly rewarding exercise.

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Alumni Profile/The Business of Learning

He picked up an MBA well into his seventies and continues to stay abreast of developments in his industry. At 90 years of age, Vince Zehren ’48 truly deserves the title, lifelong learner.

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