Ahead of the Game Brianna Braeger ’20 (Softball) and Walter McBride IV ’20 (Football) represent their sports in a compelling new photo series that chronicles each varsity sport from its origins to the latest intake of Green Knights. Read More
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Ahead of the Game Brianna Braeger ’20 (Softball) and Walter McBride IV ’20 (Football) represent their sports in a compelling new photo series that chronicles each varsity sport from its origins to the latest intake of Green Knights. Read More

In the News

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    Carpe Diem: Student Translates Sermon of St. Norbert from Latin

    Elle Maricque ’20 put her Latin lessons to the test, translating a 12th-century sermon attributed to Norbert of Xanten.

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    Conservation Champion Hangs Up Ranger Uniform After 35 Years

    Throughout his career at the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Mike Reed ’75 worked to provide the community with educational tools for conservation.

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    New Prof Brings Decades of Video-Game Industry Experience

    Ben Geisler (Computer Science), software-engineer-turned-professor, has helped bring dozens of popular video games to life. Now he’s sharing his skills with SNC students.

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    Green Knights Set Sights on Div. I Matchups

    St. Norbert Men’s Basketball last took on a Division I team in an exhibition game in 2012. Next week, the Green Knights face both University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and Marquette.

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  • Will This Be on the Final?

    It’s the little rituals as much as the syllabus that create community in the classroom – and SNC professors embrace them!

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    The Long-Lost Books of Tongerlo

    Centuries ago, they helped identify the liturgy of the Norbertine order. Today, some of these ancient volumes are available at St. Norbert College.

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    Call to a Flourishing Future

    “It all comes down to the question of whether we are willing to risk love, in every area of life. If we are, St. Norbert College will not just be a good place to be, but a holy place.” – Paul Wadell (Theology & RS, Emeritus)

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    New Coaches Lead the Charge

    Tim Bald is in his 16th year as athletics director, but he’s never seen anything like this: seven new coaches in one year.

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  • What Once Was Lost and Now is Found

    When a seminarian lost a holy medal 37 years ago, he never expected to see it again. But when the devotional object was unearthed recently, a friend would recognize it immediately.

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    Working in Harmony

    Sabbaticals can be solitary endeavors, as professors take time out to pursue their scholarly fields. But for Yi-Lan Niu (Music), hers would prove to be a collaborative journey of creative discovery taken in the company of SNC friends.

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In the News

  • Carpe Diem: Student Translates Sermon of St. Norbert from Latin

    Elle Maricque ’20 put her Latin lessons to the test, translating a 12th-century sermon attributed to Norbert of Xanten.

    Read More
  • Conservation Champion Hangs Up Ranger Uniform After 35 Years

    Throughout his career at the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Mike Reed ’75 worked to provide the community with educational tools for conservation.

    Read More
  • New Prof Brings Decades of Video-Game Industry Experience

    Ben Geisler (Computer Science), software-engineer-turned-professor, has helped bring dozens of popular video games to life. Now he’s sharing his skills with SNC students.

    Read More
  • Green Knights Set Sights on Div. I Matchups

    St. Norbert Men’s Basketball last took on a Division I team in an exhibition game in 2012. Next week, the Green Knights face both University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and Marquette.

    Read More
  • Will This Be on the Final?

    It’s the little rituals as much as the syllabus that create community in the classroom – and SNC professors embrace them!

    Read More
  • The Long-Lost Books of Tongerlo

    Centuries ago, they helped identify the liturgy of the Norbertine order. Today, some of these ancient volumes are available at St. Norbert College.

    Read More
  • Call to a Flourishing Future

    “It all comes down to the question of whether we are willing to risk love, in every area of life. If we are, St. Norbert College will not just be a good place to be, but a holy place.” – Paul Wadell (Theology & RS, Emeritus)

    Read More
  • New Coaches Lead the Charge

    Tim Bald is in his 16th year as athletics director, but he’s never seen anything like this: seven new coaches in one year.

    Read More
  • What Once Was Lost and Now is Found

    When a seminarian lost a holy medal 37 years ago, he never expected to see it again. But when the devotional object was unearthed recently, a friend would recognize it immediately.

    Read More
  • Working in Harmony

    Sabbaticals can be solitary endeavors, as professors take time out to pursue their scholarly fields. But for Yi-Lan Niu (Music), hers would prove to be a collaborative journey of creative discovery taken in the company of SNC friends.

    Read More

Regular Features

In My Words

A Place of Friendship and Flourishing

“The reality of communio ... is more than rhetoric at SNC. It’s a reality lived out by each person who contributes to our lifelong friendship.” – President Brian Bruess ’90

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Personally Speaking

Lifelong Learning for a Perfect Landing

Sarah Parks (Music) embarked on a musical flight that took her to France for a challenging opportunity this summer.

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Treasure

Father De Peaux

“Father De Peaux came to St. Norbert following his high-school graduation in June 1944. … There’s no question that he’s a treasure here at St. Norbert, and we treasure him.” – Todd Danen ’77

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Alumni Profile

Musician Finds His Place in the Band

It was the summer of 2000. David Baine ’01 was working checkpoint security at Austin Straubel International Airport, dreaming of the day when he’d be in front of the classroom. And then a French horn came gliding through the baggage scanner.

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Big Picture

Tales of the Riverbank

A new day dawns, full of September possibilities. Our drone hovers over the Fox to capture the Ray Van Den Heuvel Family Campus Center and the Ed & Sally Thompson Marina – a lovely sight.

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Online Exclusives

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In Spanish

La identidad norbertina a través de las estatuas de SNC.

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In hindsight

Memories from the Rev. Rowland De Peaux ’48, alumni chaplain, of eight decades at home at St. Norbert.

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In seeking ye shall find

With one sacred object already recovered, metal detectorist Mike Counter M.L.S. ’14 (Communications) is continuing his survey of the grounds of St. Norbert abbey.

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In the company of friends

The Knight Lights program offers alumnae in northeast Wisconsin an opportunity for fun and fellowship, along with a glimpse behind the scenes of businesses run by their classmates.

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In recognition

Our 2019 Alumni Award winners live their lives in service to the common good.

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In return for a $5 bill

Coin-op connoisseurs acquire original pieces of art – via vending machine.