Reflecting the mission of the college, St. Norbert College Magazine links the institution's past and present by chronicling its academic, spiritual and co-curricular life. The magazine appears three times a year and is produced by the office of communications at St. Norbert College.

Science for the Next 50 Years: Designing for the Future

Science for the half-century to come
Charged with imagining the next 50 years at the expanding frontiers of knowledge, the team that is developing plans for our new science building is designing for the future of the field. >>MORE

SkatersCollector, O.Praem.
One man’s lifelong attachment to the Norbertine order has inspired a unique and significant collection of Praemonstratensia. >>MORE

Community as TextCommunity as Text
What if your textbook were the world around you? What if you applied your developing critical skills to the community surrounding your new undergraduate home? Our Honors Program common course is built around some of the “texts” available to us by virtue of our Brown County location: The River; The Farm; The NFL Franchise; Downtown. >>MORE

New from St. Norbert

New Center Embodies Student Legacy
Once you met Cassandra Voss ’08, friends and family say, you never forgot her. The St. Norbert College senior, who died in a car accident in 2007 at age 21, was full of energy and passion. That legacy will continue when the new Cassandra Voss Center opens next fall on campus. >>MORE

Class of 2013 Knows Where It’s Headed
More than 60 percent of those among this year’s graduating class had their future plans in place before they crossed the Commencement stage. >>MORE

Golf Team Logs Season of Firsts
The Green Knight golfers win their first Midwest Conference Championship as Nic Vrubley ’14 captures St. Norbert’s first individual championship. >>MORE

Graduating Seniors Head to Peace Corps
Kaylee Beck ’13, Jon Mallek ’13 and Ashley Hirsch ’13 prepare to serve around the world with the help of a seasoned alumnus adviser. >>MORE

Camp Encourages Leadership in the Spirit of St. Norbert
High school students from Archmere Academy in Delaware – a fellow Norbertine community – arrive on campus June 9-15 intent on developing their leadership skills. >>MORE

Cooking Up New Ways to Give
Dining Services lives out the mission of the college through its outreach to the local community – and even their youngest fans agree, these staff are cooking up something special. >>MORE

Building the Future of Discovery
The advent of our new science center will also herald the arrival of a new medical program on campus. >>MORE

Rainforest Encounter
A remote rainforest village in Nicaragua hosted an unforeseen St. Norbert rendezvous when Mary Harp Jirschele ’76 and her “eyeglass mission” group met up with four students taking part in an alternative break service program. >>MORE

Profile: Raechelle Clemmons
Our new CIO syncs high tech and higher ed. >>MORE

Revolutionary Ideal
Senior Steven Garza ’13 learns Cuban history on the spot. >>MORE

Let’s Do Lunch
Alumni events may be coming to a workplace near you. >>MORE

Regular Features

President’s Message 
President Tom Kunkel introduces our new science building. The Gehl-Mulva Science Center is due to open in the spring of 2015 – just in time, in fact, to welcome the first cohort of students to the Medical College of Wisconsin’s new regional campus, located right here at St. Norbert. >>MORE

Personally Speaking 
“I keep a copy of the college’s Civility Statement on my desk, and its words serve as a continuing challenge. … As many have recognized, the notion of civility itself is no t without its problems.” – Bob Pyne (Community Engagement) >>MORE

Treasure/The Navajo Vase 
Shan Bryan-Hanson talks about her favorite Navajo vase, and what it is about this piece in the college collection that particularly draws her. >>MORE

Alumni Profile 
One $100 bill, one year, one thriving new business for Nell Benton ’01, who bought a Milwaukee coffee shop for a single C-note and is building a community along with her new customer base. >>MORE