The Art of Sharing Art collections are built with knowledge, love, care, purpose. And they are built, most particularly, with the help of friends. Few have been more generous to the St. Norbert collection than the Kohler Foundation, which has added the college to a list of beneficiaries that includes the Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian Institution. Read More
Magazine Main Banner
Magazine Logo
The Art of Sharing Art collections are built with knowledge, love, care, purpose. And they are built, most particularly, with the help of friends. Few have been more generous to the St. Norbert collection than the Kohler Foundation, which has added the college to a list of beneficiaries that includes the Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian Institution. Read More

In the News

  • Dangerous Science Draws Film Crew to Campus

    The Hispaniolan solenodon, a fierce giant shrew, is a research interest of Adam Brandt (Biology), and now it has attracted the attention of the crew making a new TV documentary series, “72 Dangerous Animals Latin America.”

    Read More

    Learning is All Business for One MBA Couple

    Husband-and-wife grad students Amanda and Justin Ehlenbeck often get a sitter – not for dates, but so they can take classes together.

    Read More

    Senior Green Knights Smash School Record for All-Academics

    Seven track and field athletes from the Class of 2017 have earned the sought-after national recognition.

    Read More

    Experience of War Leads to Work of Peace-Building

    St. Norbert’s first-ever student from the Gaza Strip talks about a formative internship.

    Read More
  • Fulbright Brings Czech Parasitologist to Campus

    Tomáš Scholz and SNC’s Anindo Choudhury (Biology), collaborators across continents, now share an SNC lab.

    Read More

    Eighth President of St. Norbert College Takes Office

    President Brian Bruess ’90 assumes his role July 1 as eighth president –and second alumnus president – in St. Norbert College’s 119-year history.

    Read More

    Cabin Fare

    At the cabin, says food writer Terese Allen ’77, at “that near-mythical getaway up North that’s a beloved part of our upper Midwestern consciousness,” mealtimes can honor their surroundings with casual, easy-to-assemble dishes that feature local ingredients.

    Read More

    SNC Behind Bars

    Ministry to the incarcerated is not an explicit part of St. Norbert College’s mission. And yet since its inception, the college has had innumerable interactions with local prisons and their inmates.

    Read More
  • Mr. Music

    It’s been quite the run. It’s our honor to salute Dudley Birder (Music Theatre) as he takes his summer music theatre bow after 56 years.

    Read More

    New Center Gives Campus a Pool

    The campus gains its first swimming pool, an expansive fitness center, and a new health and wellness center with the May 12 dedication of the Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center.

    Read More

    Winning Against All Odds

    Eleven St. Norbert sports were represented at nationals this year and seven teams garnered conference titles – not bad for a school that was minus its sports center for the duration.

    Read More

    Happy 50th Birthday to Us!

    “The public relations committee of St. Norbert College has chosen Knight Life as the name of the new magazine which is received by alumni, parents and friends of the college.” – Knight Life, May 1967

    Read More

In the News

  • Dangerous Science Draws Film Crew to Campus

    The Hispaniolan solenodon, a fierce giant shrew, is a research interest of Adam Brandt (Biology), and now it has attracted the attention of the crew making a new TV documentary series, “72 Dangerous Animals Latin America.”

    Read More
  • Learning is All Business for One MBA Couple

    Husband-and-wife grad students Amanda and Justin Ehlenbeck often get a sitter – not for dates, but so they can take classes together.

    Read More
  • Senior Green Knights Smash School Record for All-Academics

    Seven track and field athletes from the Class of 2017 have earned the sought-after national recognition.

    Read More
  • Experience of War Leads to Work of Peace-Building

    St. Norbert’s first-ever student from the Gaza Strip talks about a formative internship.

    Read More
  • Fulbright Brings Czech Parasitologist to Campus

    Tomáš Scholz and SNC’s Anindo Choudhury (Biology), collaborators across continents, now share an SNC lab.

    Read More
  • Eighth President of St. Norbert College Takes Office

    President Brian Bruess ’90 assumes his role July 1 as eighth president –and second alumnus president – in St. Norbert College’s 119-year history.

    Read More
  • Cabin Fare

    At the cabin, says food writer Terese Allen ’77, at “that near-mythical getaway up North that’s a beloved part of our upper Midwestern consciousness,” mealtimes can honor their surroundings with casual, easy-to-assemble dishes that feature local ingredients.

    Read More
  • SNC Behind Bars

    Ministry to the incarcerated is not an explicit part of St. Norbert College’s mission. And yet since its inception, the college has had innumerable interactions with local prisons and their inmates.

    Read More
  • Mr. Music

    It’s been quite the run. It’s our honor to salute Dudley Birder (Music Theatre) as he takes his summer music theatre bow after 56 years.

    Read More
  • New Center Gives Campus a Pool

    The campus gains its first swimming pool, an expansive fitness center, and a new health and wellness center with the May 12 dedication of the Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center.

    Read More
  • Winning Against All Odds

    Eleven St. Norbert sports were represented at nationals this year and seven teams garnered conference titles – not bad for a school that was minus its sports center for the duration.

    Read More
  • Happy 50th Birthday to Us!

    “The public relations committee of St. Norbert College has chosen Knight Life as the name of the new magazine which is received by alumni, parents and friends of the college.” – Knight Life, May 1967

    Read More

Regular Features

In My Words

Summer Bliss, Gratitude, Active Hope

“This kind of love; this kind of palpable hope; this kind of vibrant living: it’s precisely the feeling that is so very alive and present on the St. Norbert campus.” – President Brian J. Bruess ’90

Read More

Personally Speaking

Is This As Good As It Gets?

As a human race, are we making any moral progress? Ben Chan (Philosophy) ponders whether people are better or worse than they were 50 years ago.

Read More

Treasure

A Bend in the River

“With the benefit of historical hindsight, we know something wonderful is coming – even as the maps whisper, yes, but what is yet to come?” – President Emeritus Tom Kunkel

Read More

Alumni Profile

Authoring Lives Lost and Found

Awed by the enormous sacrifices that military veterans make on our behalf and troubled by the problems many have reintegrating into our communities, author Erin Celello ’99 decides to help out.

Read More

Big Picture

Knowing the Ropes

Mehak Chahal ’18, pre-med major, works out with conditioning ropes in the new fitness center, part of the Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center.

Read More

Online Exclusives

video
In deep waters

Despite his presidential, building-dedicating suit and tie, nothing could keep President Tom Kunkel from marking the opening of the new sports center with the first dive into the new pool.

video
In business mode

Emily Schutte ’17 (MBA) stepped up to the Commencement podium as the first graduate student speaker in college history.

STORY
In the great outdoors

Recipes for Doggie Bag Hash and Smoked Whitefish Spread – just some of the goodies on offer at the lake with Terese Allen ’77.

video
In music history

Dudley Birder celebrates his 90th birthday and his contributions to the musical life of Wisconsin.

STORY
In harmony

Walk near St. Norbert Abbey at the right time and you will hear the sweet peal of bells descending from the tower, filling the air with a prayerful reminder of the abbey’s presence.

video
In quest of the best

When the campus devoted itself to the hunt for a better burger, GreenKnightTV was there to document the chase.