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Fashion This The 1,000 T-Shirt Project of April Beiswenger (Theatre Studies) prompted a creative response that unpacks the realities of fast fashion. Beiswenger and faculty colleagues are shining light on harmful practices in an industry that depends on sweatshops, child labor and over-consumption. They propose practical, small-scale solutions for those who want a stylish closet that doesn’t depend on exploitation. Read More
Fashion This The 1,000 T-Shirt Project of April Beiswenger (Theatre Studies) prompted a creative response that unpacks the realities of fast fashion. Beiswenger and faculty colleagues are shining light on harmful practices in an industry that depends on sweatshops, child labor and over-consumption. They propose practical, small-scale solutions for those who want a stylish closet that doesn’t depend on exploitation. Read More

In the News

  • Basketball Home Opener Takes Coach Back to His Own First Collegiate Venue

    A temporary new venue for Green Knight Basketball feels just like home to Coach Gary Grzesk. During his playing career Grzesk helped the Division I Green Bay Phoenix to three NCAA Tournament appearances. 

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    East German Norbertines Do Business in Magdeburg

    A very Norbertine perspective is showing that an ethical approach to business can help businesses not only succeed but flourish.

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    Team bond embraces a still larger family

    The family and friends of Jaisah Lee ’19 have been turning out to home games in such numbers that they all but outnumber the other fans present. It’s a level of support that is reciprocated by the Green Knights themselves. As a team, their sense of family extends beyond the court, and has even taken them into one another’s home communities. 

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    Packers Fan Study Broadens Its Scope

    A St. Norbert-based study of NFL fan behavior is not only yielding fascinating insights. It’s also providing a serious collaborative research opportunity for a team of psych majors on campus.

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  • The Way I See It

    It’s a kind of holy grit that confers resilience on many successful graduates of a Catholic higher education. Professionals from around the country gathered at St. Norbert to consider the kind of mentoring that can lead students to profound insights into their own actions and attitudes.

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    The (Not So) Great Divide

    Wendy Scattergood (Political Science) challenges concerns about a sharply divided electorate: “Really, what we are seeing is nothing that’s not too far out of the ordinary. The Civil War – now that was the height of political polarization.”

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    Sharks Welcome Here

    The Schneider School’s entrepreneurial mission makes it an ideal conduit for start-ups. A “Shark Tank”-inspired elevator-pitch contest, launched this year by Joy Pahl (Business Administration) is just one outcome.

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    Homeless and on Retreat

    Spiritual retreats for homeless people offered at St. Norbert Abbey are offering hope and even fostering transformative changes in circumstances for people in challenging situations.

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  • We Play as a Team

    Physical challenges to individual players can also present a challenge to the whole team – a challenge that the women’s basketball team is meeting head on as it supports two team-mates.

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    When SNC Comes to Your House

    It’s a particularly fun time when an alum offers to host a St. Norbert event – and the college’s alumni staff is well prepared to deliver the party to the house, wherever that may be.

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    In Recognition

    Learn more about our 2016 Alumni Award winners and their service to the greater good.

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    President’s Report

    As the new Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center takes shape, the college itself is looking fit and for a viable future. New resources like this facility contribute to a first-rate residential educational experience.

    Read More

In the News

  • Basketball Home Opener Takes Coach Back to His Own First Collegiate Venue

    A temporary new venue for Green Knight Basketball feels just like home to Coach Gary Grzesk. During his playing career Grzesk helped the Division I Green Bay Phoenix to three NCAA Tournament appearances. 

    Read More
  • East German Norbertines Do Business in Magdeburg

    A very Norbertine perspective is showing that an ethical approach to business can help businesses not only succeed but flourish.

    Read More
  • Team bond embraces a still larger family

    The family and friends of Jaisah Lee ’19 have been turning out to home games in such numbers that they all but outnumber the other fans present. It’s a level of support that is reciprocated by the Green Knights themselves. As a team, their sense of family extends beyond the court, and has even taken them into one another’s home communities. 

    Read More
  • Packers Fan Study Broadens Its Scope

    A St. Norbert-based study of NFL fan behavior is not only yielding fascinating insights. It’s also providing a serious collaborative research opportunity for a team of psych majors on campus.

    Read More
  • The Way I See It

    It’s a kind of holy grit that confers resilience on many successful graduates of a Catholic higher education. Professionals from around the country gathered at St. Norbert to consider the kind of mentoring that can lead students to profound insights into their own actions and attitudes.

    Read More
  • The (Not So) Great Divide

    Wendy Scattergood (Political Science) challenges concerns about a sharply divided electorate: “Really, what we are seeing is nothing that’s not too far out of the ordinary. The Civil War – now that was the height of political polarization.”

    Read More
  • Sharks Welcome Here

    The Schneider School’s entrepreneurial mission makes it an ideal conduit for start-ups. A “Shark Tank”-inspired elevator-pitch contest, launched this year by Joy Pahl (Business Administration) is just one outcome.

    Read More
  • Homeless and on Retreat

    Spiritual retreats for homeless people offered at St. Norbert Abbey are offering hope and even fostering transformative changes in circumstances for people in challenging situations.

    Read More
  • We Play as a Team

    Physical challenges to individual players can also present a challenge to the whole team – a challenge that the women’s basketball team is meeting head on as it supports two team-mates.

    Read More
  • When SNC Comes to Your House

    It’s a particularly fun time when an alum offers to host a St. Norbert event – and the college’s alumni staff is well prepared to deliver the party to the house, wherever that may be.

    Read More
  • In Recognition

    Learn more about our 2016 Alumni Award winners and their service to the greater good.

    Read More
  • President’s Report

    As the new Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center takes shape, the college itself is looking fit and for a viable future. New resources like this facility contribute to a first-rate residential educational experience.

    Read More

Regular Features

In My Words

All in for a Winning Start

Good advice for the new academic year, from Eileen Jahnke (Business & Finance): advice derived from her own experience; from other educators; and, from the NFL’s Brett Favre!

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Personally Speaking

Aristotle, Duquette and Community

David Duquette (Philosophy) argues that what St. Norbert College offered him from Day One was an experience of governance much like the ancient Athenian polis

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Treasure

1917 Letterman Sweater

“An object like this one rekindles and reaffirms how long ago this place made a commitment to athletics. Why did they do it? It wasn’t for recognition. It wasn’t for profit. They did it for the right reasons.” – Don “Maz” Maslinski ’63 (Athletics, College Advancement)

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Alumni Profile

Scholarly Journey, Small Detour

Michelle Morrison ’11 took an unexpected detour on what was looking like a very grown-up scholarly path. She is delighting in the journey!

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Big Picture

Life in a Bubble

Bubble soccer: it’s a thing! It’s billed as equal parts soccer, pillow-fight and vaudeville; and visitors to this year’s SNC Day got to try the sport for themselves, as part of field day activities at Schneider Stadium.

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Online Exclusives

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In Wider conversation

Laurel Wider, founder and CEO of Wonder Crew, talks about the on-campus launch of a toy that is changing boys’ world of play.

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In the saddle

Hannah Johnshoy ’17 shares her riding experience with local non-profit Exceptional Equestrians, providing equine-assisted therapies to individuals with special needs. 

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In pride of place

Norbert of Xanten takes his rightful spot in the niche originally reserved for the saint on the facade of Main Hall.

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In fashion

Challenging unsustainable views of fashion, students go in search of new materials and unconventional approaches to display on the catwalk.

STORY
In her eyes

A national conference for student-affairs professionals raised many questions about the Catholic higher education experience. Panelist Rachelle Barina ’09 has answers.

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In its own good time

It was a beer whose time had come. With the help of St. Norbert chemists, a local brewery probes the mysteries of an 80-year-old survivor.