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Upcoming events at St. Norbert College for alumni and friends

March 8
St. Norbert campus
Choral MasterWorks Concert >>MORE

March 14
Rosemont, Ill.
Chicago Wolves Hockey Game

March 26
St. Norbert campus
Women’s Enrichment Series: Achieving Your Dreams >>MORE

March 31
St. Norbert campus
Celebrating Student and Faculty/Staff Collaboration

April 4

St. Norbert campus
Relay for Life

This month on Conversations from St.Norbert from St. Norbert College

Robert Gronski, senior policy coordinator for the National Catholic Rural Life Conference, will discuss the moral imperative of global climate change. >>MORE
March 2009
Homeless and in our midst
Policymakers tap service-learning research potential
in efforts to address chronic social ill

Six students taking a service-learning course together this semester are responding to a call for a policy analysis from the Brown County Task Force on Homelessness. The class will collect, analyze and present data on local homeless people and their interactions with social services. >>MORE

Chris Schmitz
  Blogging through the financial fog
A new graduate’s interest in web design and personal finance issues has resulted in a blog that is attracting attention across the country.

Main Hall   Good economic news is in the
mail for next year’s incoming class

This month, admitted students for the class of 2013 will open financial aid packages that average more than $24,000 for all those who completed the FAFSA and qualified for aid. >>MORE

Harry Wu   Chinese human rights
activist to speak on campus

Harry Wu, known for his work to end the wrongful imprisonment of dissidents in China, will deliver a lecture April 1 as part of the Great Decisions series. >>MORE

Sr. Sally Ann Brickner   New role for director of
the Peace and Justice Center

A new leadership position means Sister Sally Ann Brickner, O.S.F., ’67 will be stepping down from the directorship of the Peace and Justice Center, a role that she has filled for almost 10 years. >>MORE

Ask the Abbot  
This month’s question:
Kim Szatkowski ’81 writes, “Abbot, I've always heard what a wonderful, generous man my great uncle, Father Luke Dionne, was. But he died suddenly when I was very young – I believe that would have been in the 1960s. Now, since nearly everyone who knew him is deceased, I wonder if the college archives have any more information on his legacy?

By the way, it is interesting that the Dionne family coat of arms includes the fleur-de-lis, also associated with the Norbertines, and that the family motto is ‘In Service to God.
Just curious, perhaps this went into Luke’s decision to become a Norbertine priest?” Read the answer

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

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