A Washington Semester internship put Katelyn Van Buskirk ’17 in the middle of the action as CNN prepared to cover December’s Republican debate in Las Vegas.
A grassroots movement that arrived in Wisconsin with a new faculty member bears her stamp: that of a young artist concerned with the ways even city dwellers are called to care for and appreciate the land.
The magnificently generous response to Campaign St. Norbert: Full Ahead is making an even greater future possible for St. Norbert College. “It is an incredible privilege to be the president of this great and inspiring institution,” says President Tom Kunkel.
News of St. Norbert
The Cassandra Voss Center’s 2015-16 season explores the use of humor as a means to defuse difficult topics.
Andrew Manion ’87, the son of Tom Manion, fifth president of St. Norbert College, is to serve as the new president of the Fond du Lac school.
Get to the campus bookstore for school supplies, textbooks … and ugly Christmas sweaters? Add some green and gold gaud to your holiday cheer.
In his first year coaching St. Norbert College football, Door County native Dan McCarty has led the team to a perfect regular season and a trip to the playoffs.
The national interdisciplinary theological society convened Oct. 15-18 for a program of prayer, reflection, presentations and scholarly discussion.
What happens when you combine frights with Knights? A Halloween Homecoming, of course! Enjoy the day in pictures.
Katie Vanden Avond ’16 netted the all-time scoring record with her 125th career soccer goal, tying the score against nationally ranked University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
A Columbia School of Journalism event precipitated by an unexpected phone call saw President Tom Kunkel taking the stage with the dean of the school, Steve Coll, and influential writer Gay Talese.
While some things change, others remain the same. And in the case of the Rev. Sal Cuccia, O.Praem., ’63 (Campus Ministry), new opportunities arise. In the spring, Cuccia completed service as associate pastor at St. Norbert College Parish, a position he had held since coming to the college in 2000.
“The Yooper line” numbers five women’s hockey players – and all five grew up together in the remote Keweenaw Peninsula on the shores of Lake Superior.
They’re doctors in training, they’re pioneers – but they see themselves as ambassadors as much as anything else, says Phil Kostka ’15. Kostka is in the first cohort at MCW-Green Bay, the new medical school program based on campus. And he is the first St. Norbert grad to join the program.
Art alumni took over the Baer Gallery in October for an exhibit that showcased their current design work in the very building where they first acquired the tools of their trade.
Phil Oswald (College Advancement) celebrates the closing of Campaign St. Norbert: Full Ahead: “From start to finish, there has been, for me, a palpable sense of momentum. Success has been built on the shoulders of those who came before us, but it has also been built on itself.”
“Isolating ourselves doesn’t lead to the best understandings, either in science or community. It is always a benefit to bring in more data ... One of the great joys and challenges of life is trying to make sense of it all.” – Erik Brekke (Physics)
“Even the tenderness of the embrace, the adoptive father with the child, speaks of hope.” – the Rev. Jim Neilson, O.Praem., ’88
A fortuitous connection and a new law may combine to create a pipeline of students headed to St. Norbert College, thanks to Peruvian alum Fiorella Cipriani Sumarriva ’10.