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A New Abbey for California’s Norbertines The dedication of a new Norbertine abbey in California is a high point in the year in which the worldwide Order of the Canons Regular of Prémontré celebrates its 900th anniversary.
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A New Abbey for California’s Norbertines The dedication of a new Norbertine abbey in California is a high point in the year in which the worldwide Order of the Canons Regular of Prémontré celebrates its 900th anniversary.
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In the News

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    SURF Program Goes International

    SNC’s flourishing relationship with Universidad de San Francisco Quito inspired an Ecuadorian med student to take up a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship and open a path for future fellows.

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    Meet the Class of 2025

    We welcome our newest class to campus with a snapshot of who they are: 600 students from diverse backgrounds, ready to make their mark.

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    Major Academic Conference Brings Midwest Parasitologists to SNC

    St. Norbert's own parasitologists will be among those welcoming members of the American Society of Parasitologists to campus later this month.

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    At the Point of Departure

    The close of any academic year is a particularly poignant time for those who are leaving the college. As they look forward to a world of opportunity, they look back on the place where they made memories they’ll carry forever. 

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  • Fresh Off the Press: A Tale of Love and Wanderlust in Wisconsin

    The latest novel from Amy (Guertin) Reichert ’96 brims with odes to Wisconsin’s under-the-radar culinary culture and small-town quirks. Enjoy our summer read!

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    There’s an App for That (or There Soon Will Be)

    Real-world applications across the breadth of human experience were the focus for computer science seniors this year as they finished up their capstone projects.

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    An Experience Too Good Not to Share

    From student to tour guide, Mallory Fritsch ’23 finds her community.

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    A Festive Summer for St. Norbert College’s Oldest Alum

    As Dr. Tom Beno ’43 approaches his 100th birthday, he was already celebrating as the second of his granddaughters graduated from his alma mater.

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  • Ice-cream Event Celebrates 900th Jubilee as Life on Campus Moves Outdoors

    With a chance to celebrate a major anniversary together (safely, outdoors) and an in-person Commencement, life at SNC is beginning to feel more like its old self.

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    Pole Vault Record Falls, and Falls Again

    A pair of Green Knights set a school record at the same meet, their new records tying one another to the fraction of an inch. And that was just the beginning, in an exciting season for the thinclads.

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    Change of Plans

    At a time when many of us are feeling that our lives have been derailed, we touch base with four alumni who have already experienced life events that stopped them in their tracks.

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    Listening In

    We tapped SNC profs and others for their favorite sounds, and their answers ranged from amusing to insightful to instructive. Enjoy listening in!

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  • Norbertines Mark 900 Years

    This year marks the 900th anniversary of the church-changing, world-changing order founded by Norbert of Xanten. St. Norbert established his first monastery, in Prémontré, France, in 1121.

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    Putting in the Hard Yards

    “My message to the kids is, whoever wins the COVID period is going to win and dominate when we do get to play,” states Davin Roach, who interacts with a cross-section of athletes in his role as strength and performance coach.

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    Where the Heart Is

    We’re not sure if it’s the breathtaking riverfront views, the beautiful tree-lined campus or long hours in the computer science lab. But these alumni say an SNC spot was integral to their happily-ever-afters.

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In the News

  • SURF Program Goes International

    SNC’s flourishing relationship with Universidad de San Francisco Quito inspired an Ecuadorian med student to take up a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship and open a path for future fellows.

    Read More
  • Meet the Class of 2025

    We welcome our newest class to campus with a snapshot of who they are: 600 students from diverse backgrounds, ready to make their mark.

    Read More
  • Major Academic Conference Brings Midwest Parasitologists to SNC

    St. Norbert's own parasitologists will be among those welcoming members of the American Society of Parasitologists to campus later this month.

    Read More
  • At the Point of Departure

    The close of any academic year is a particularly poignant time for those who are leaving the college. As they look forward to a world of opportunity, they look back on the place where they made memories they’ll carry forever. 

    Read More
  • Fresh Off the Press: A Tale of Love and Wanderlust in Wisconsin

    The latest novel from Amy (Guertin) Reichert ’96 brims with odes to Wisconsin’s under-the-radar culinary culture and small-town quirks. Enjoy our summer read!

    Read More
  • There’s an App for That (or There Soon Will Be)

    Real-world applications across the breadth of human experience were the focus for computer science seniors this year as they finished up their capstone projects.

    Read More
  • An Experience Too Good Not to Share

    From student to tour guide, Mallory Fritsch ’23 finds her community.

    Read More
  • A Festive Summer for St. Norbert College’s Oldest Alum

    As Dr. Tom Beno ’43 approaches his 100th birthday, he was already celebrating as the second of his granddaughters graduated from his alma mater.

    Read More
  • Ice-cream Event Celebrates 900th Jubilee as Life on Campus Moves Outdoors

    With a chance to celebrate a major anniversary together (safely, outdoors) and an in-person Commencement, life at SNC is beginning to feel more like its old self.

    Read More
  • Pole Vault Record Falls, and Falls Again

    A pair of Green Knights set a school record at the same meet, their new records tying one another to the fraction of an inch. And that was just the beginning, in an exciting season for the thinclads.

    Read More
  • Change of Plans

    At a time when many of us are feeling that our lives have been derailed, we touch base with four alumni who have already experienced life events that stopped them in their tracks.

    Read More
  • Listening In

    We tapped SNC profs and others for their favorite sounds, and their answers ranged from amusing to insightful to instructive. Enjoy listening in!

    Read More
  • Norbertines Mark 900 Years

    This year marks the 900th anniversary of the church-changing, world-changing order founded by Norbert of Xanten. St. Norbert established his first monastery, in Prémontré, France, in 1121.

    Read More
  • Putting in the Hard Yards

    “My message to the kids is, whoever wins the COVID period is going to win and dominate when we do get to play,” states Davin Roach, who interacts with a cross-section of athletes in his role as strength and performance coach.

    Read More
  • Where the Heart Is

    We’re not sure if it’s the breathtaking riverfront views, the beautiful tree-lined campus or long hours in the computer science lab. But these alumni say an SNC spot was integral to their happily-ever-afters.

    Read More

Regular Features

In My Words

Mission Radiance When It Counts

President Brian Bruess ’90 reflects on a campus year during which two themes emerged, each of them core values that served as light to our paths. One of them was unwavering hope; the other was relentless gratitude.

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Personally Speaking

A Life Pilgrimage to Spain

“My love affair with Spain began when I was 11 years old. The romance has colored my life as scholar, teacher and friend of the Norbertines.” – Rosemary Sands (Center for Norbertine Studies)

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Treasure

The Keefe Armor

“Early 17th-century Flemish close helmet of good form and condition; a breastplate formed from an early 17th-century backplate of European origin; a pair of 19th-century reproduction tassels ...” – Dan Lukes (Athletics)

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Alumni Profile

Becoming Lou Traverzo

Now a military veteran and a successful airport security director, Louis Traverzo ’75 says he once lacked direction. Then he had a talk with his mother.

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Alumni Profile

A Taste of Life in the Lab

Five tips for a career in science from an alum whose career has been anything but – and everything including – vanilla.

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Big Picture

Cherries Jubilee

In this jubilee year, thoughts on campus turn to this young priest and the extraordinary events of 1121, the year in which he founded the world-changing religious order bearing his name. Even the blossom trees are putting forth their best efforts for the anniversary!

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Online Exclusives

STORY
In a new kind of classroom

Psychologist Jane Halonen is deeply committed to in-person learning but the experiences of the past 18 months have shown her there’s magic to be found in teaching virtually, too.

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In celebration

An in-person celebration, abundant sunshine and a trans-continental speaker to inspire the new graduates: This was Commencement 2021!

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In this place

The architect of the new St. Michael’s Abbey brings his own story to a project very close to his heart.

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In service to the common good

A TRIPS experience inspired Andrew Gerhing ’21 to reflect on those who made his college journey possible and on his own investment in bringing its values to life.

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In things ever ancient, ever new

New-media ministries launched during a pandemic proved a success worth continuing.