Continuing through Nov. 20 St. Norbert campus Brandon Bauer: Works in Progress (1996-2012) >>MORE Nov. 9 St. Norbert campus Instrumental Jazz Concert >>MORE Nov. 8-10 St. Norbert campus “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
>>MORE Nov. 13 St. Norbert campus CEO Breakfast and Strategy Series: EMT International CEO Paul Rauscher >>MORE Nov. 28 Minneapolis President’s Address and Celebration
Nov. 30 St. Norbert campus Festival of Christmas >>MORE Dec. 1 St. Norbert campus Breakfast with Santa >>MORE
This month on from St. Norbert College
Irish scholar Miriam Clyne discusses Norbertine history with Kevin Quinn (Economics). >>MORE
Election season prompts reflection, along with thoughtful discussion of voter responsibility “Voting in Good Faith” was the topic of a recent panel discussion hosted on campus and co-sponsored by the college and the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay. >>MORE
Dee Geurts-Bengtson says thank you – 1,560 times over For 10 years, our community relations director has made it a habit to write three thank-you letters a week. She says her expressions of gratitude have meant as much to her as to anyone else.
Grant-seeking experience caps tropical studies field work in Panama
Student scientists who benefited from a field experience in Central America are now finding out just what it takes to design, propose and fund original research in their fields.
Significant benefits attend a “National Day of Doing Good”
Make a Difference Day in Brown County gave Sandy Odorzynski (Economics) and Nancy Mathias (Sturzl Center) an opportunity to reflect on the value of service to the local area.
Two former football greats honored
Only two athletes in St. Norbert College history have seen their jersey numbers retired. We recognized both at this year’s Homecoming game. Norm Jarock ’58 and Larry Krause ’70 talk about what their experience means to them. >>MORE
This month’s question: Holly Nickerson ’15 asks: “I was wondering, how old is Norby the Knight? Also, when he reaches the end of his fourth year on campus, can he receive an honorary degree? I think it'd be a really cute idea if Norby could graduate, too!” Read the answer.
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