Body of Knowledge A St. Norbert education makes for a healthy world. Across campus, work in our labs and classrooms is contributing to better care, better diagnoses and better treatment options for all that ails us. We’re training better health professionals, too, formed in the context of a mission that addresses the needs of the whole person. Read More
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Body of Knowledge A St. Norbert education makes for a healthy world. Across campus, work in our labs and classrooms is contributing to better care, better diagnoses and better treatment options for all that ails us. We’re training better health professionals, too, formed in the context of a mission that addresses the needs of the whole person. Read More

In the News

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    Would-Be Doctors Explore Their Future Careers

    The Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay partnered with SNC to offer high-school students a unique summer camp on campus last month.

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    Students With a Plan Graduate Years Ahead

    After two years at St. Norbert, Ben Gjerde heads off to law school. His classmate Alexis Renikow has graduation in her sights this December.

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    President Emeritus Thomas Manion Dies at 83

    St. Norbert College mourns the passing of President Emeritus Thomas Manion, fifth president of St. Norbert College. 

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    Mark Murphy Talks Titletown at Breakfast of Champions

    Green Bay Packers president and CEO, Mark Murphy, visits campus to share the vision, strategy and decision-making that went into the development of the Titletown District.

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  • Tell Me a Story

    A story-spinning initiative on campus this year adds St. Norbert narratives to the nation’s largest oral-history archive.

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    Best Friends

    With their grading behind them and Commencement taken care of, our professors came back to campus for a summer evening romp and photo shoot with their canine companions.

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    Networking in a New Light

    Knight Lights, the college’s new women’s network, launched in April with a colorful inaugural event at the Green Bay-based cosmetics business owned by Ashley Prange ’05.

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    A Community Moves Forward

    The Rev. Dane Radecki ’72 had to resolve his own reservations before agreeing to become the seventh abbot of the Norbertine Community of St. Norbert Abbey. He shares more with Mike Dauplaise ’84.

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  • Green Knights Dominate the Elites

    Green Knight student-athletes have received 18 Midwest Conference Elite 20 awards over the last three years – 10 more than their nearest rivals. The NCAA Elite 90 Award bestowed on hockey-player Clay Van Diest ’19 tops off this year’s bumper crop: 12 Elites!

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In the News

  • Would-Be Doctors Explore Their Future Careers

    The Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay partnered with SNC to offer high-school students a unique summer camp on campus last month.

    Read More
  • Students With a Plan Graduate Years Ahead

    After two years at St. Norbert, Ben Gjerde heads off to law school. His classmate Alexis Renikow has graduation in her sights this December.

    Read More
  • President Emeritus Thomas Manion Dies at 83

    St. Norbert College mourns the passing of President Emeritus Thomas Manion, fifth president of St. Norbert College. 

    Read More
  • Mark Murphy Talks Titletown at Breakfast of Champions

    Green Bay Packers president and CEO, Mark Murphy, visits campus to share the vision, strategy and decision-making that went into the development of the Titletown District.

    Read More
  • Tell Me a Story

    A story-spinning initiative on campus this year adds St. Norbert narratives to the nation’s largest oral-history archive.

    Read More
  • Best Friends

    With their grading behind them and Commencement taken care of, our professors came back to campus for a summer evening romp and photo shoot with their canine companions.

    Read More
  • Networking in a New Light

    Knight Lights, the college’s new women’s network, launched in April with a colorful inaugural event at the Green Bay-based cosmetics business owned by Ashley Prange ’05.

    Read More
  • A Community Moves Forward

    The Rev. Dane Radecki ’72 had to resolve his own reservations before agreeing to become the seventh abbot of the Norbertine Community of St. Norbert Abbey. He shares more with Mike Dauplaise ’84.

    Read More
  • Green Knights Dominate the Elites

    Green Knight student-athletes have received 18 Midwest Conference Elite 20 awards over the last three years – 10 more than their nearest rivals. The NCAA Elite 90 Award bestowed on hockey-player Clay Van Diest ’19 tops off this year’s bumper crop: 12 Elites!

    Read More

Regular Features

In My Words

Value Proposition for the Whole World

The enduring mission of SNC, with its beautiful intersection of the Catholic, Norbertine and liberal arts traditions, allows us to approach learning as a relational endeavor. It’s a philosophy that makes for meaningful outcomes, too.

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Personally Speaking

Jumping in One More Time

“So the other day, we and our new Little Brother were sitting around the table eating lunch. He says to us, ‘You know what? I have more friends on Play Station than I do in real life!’ What!!?? And our next adventure is off and running.” – Nancy Mathias (Sturzl Center)

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Treasure

Engine-Order Telegraph

“It arrived one day, shipped in a crate, and everybody thought, ‘What the heck did Phil order, because it’s huge!’ This one is authentic, it’s about 60 pounds.” – Phil Oswald (College Advancement)

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Alumni Profile

To Infinity and Beyond

It’s a small number of people who can claim they’ve seen the depths of the earth as well as the outer reaches of space. Jenny (Piontek) Matzel ’95 is one of them.

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Big Picture

Color Me Crazy

In 2013, Delta Phi Epsilon sister Courtney Hiers ’16, wanted to do something big on campus to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. That dream persists through the sorority's Color the Campus Run/Walk for Cystic Fibrosis.

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Online Exclusives

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In silence

Colleen Mandell ’18 recalls the silent retreat that she and her classmates made at St. Norbert Abbey as part of their Christian Mysticism course.

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In victory

Our cameras were there when St. Norbert clinched its fifth national men’s hockey title in Lake Placid, N.Y.

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In sand

Our timelapse video captures the weeklong process of creating a sand mandala on campus. The sacred cosmogram was the ephemeral work of Tibetan monks visiting from the Drepung Loseling Monastery in India.

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In shared stories

St. Norbert narratives from our StoryCorps initiative are archived and available!

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Incomparable

“The Class of 2018 is inimitable: so good, it could never be copied. We are originals!” – Maggie McConnaha ’18

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In retrospect

The Rev. Andrew Ciferni ’64 of Daylesford Abbey looks back as he concludes his five-year term as director of the Center for Norbertine Studies.