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Unboxing Today’s student has embraced delivery. No matter what they need, they’re sending out for it. And we’re not (just) talking pizza anymore. Furnishings, HelloFresh meal kits, feline accessories: They’re in a van and on their way to SNC.
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Unboxing Today’s student has embraced delivery. No matter what they need, they’re sending out for it. And we’re not (just) talking pizza anymore. Furnishings, HelloFresh meal kits, feline accessories: They’re in a van and on their way to SNC.
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In the News

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    Nobel Laureate Delivers Message of Peace and Power

    Liberian activist Leymah Gbowee, awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011, told her Walter Theatre audience that those who mentor young people need to help them channel their righteous anger into a space where it can be used for the greater good of humanity.

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    SNCtalks Debuts to an Appreciative Audience

    The new storytelling initiative launched March 4 with nine compelling speakers.

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    New Presidential Roles Beckon SNC Leaders

    St. Norbert continues its legacy of nurturing leaders in Catholic higher education as it prepares to bid farewell to two friends and welcome back a third.

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    This Early Grad Is Off to a Great Start

    Now an employment brand specialist and a budding author to boot, strong organizational and time management skills help Madelyn Glosny ’22 to balance her twin vocations and an overflowing calendar.

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  • Dance Team Brings Home National Title

    SNC Dance claimed the Collegiate Division Grand National Championship at this year’s DX Americup. The grand title came just one day after the team took first place in the College Pom and College Jazz contests.

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    The Forecast Is Bright

    There are nine of them, soon to finish a year’s worth of data analysis and forecasting that is helping Midwest organizations plan their next big moves. They’re all undergraduates, and this isn’t coursework: These students are fellows of SNC’s Center for Business & Economic Analysis.

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    Open Door Policy

    This is a story of two storied institutions and the woman – Christine Loose ’88 – who lives out their parallel cultures of radical hospitality each and every day.

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    Spring Kick-Off to Support What Matters

    A May 19 kick-off event will launch Support What Matters, the next campaign for St. Norbert. The $125 million initiative is timed to align with the upcoming 125th anniversary of the college.

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  • Honors Pile Up for Newest All-American

    Green Knight Football’s Kendall Karcz ’22 picked up his second first-team All-America honor in December when he was named to the first team of the Associated Press Division III All-America Team.

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    Becoming the Best Possible Leader He Can Be

    “One of the biggest mistakes I made was never seeking support. Campus resources are not just for people struggling academically. They’re for students who want to be the best possible student they can be.” – Joe Webb, vice-president for student affairs

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    Norbertine Now / Worship in Spirit and Truth

    A new liturgical institute at St. Norbert Abbey is the latest partnership project from a community intent on expanding the ways it responds to the needs of the local church.

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    National Title for Student Referee

    “It’s an uncommon thing to enjoy, but I love being a referee,” says Bradshaw Morel ’25. The SNC first-year was recognized as one of two Young Referees of the Year for 2021 at the U.S. Youth Soccer Awards Gala this past January.

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  • Law Students State Their Case for SNC

    Alums now studying at prestigious law schools around the country state the case for their undergraduate preparation at St. Norbert.

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In the News

  • Nobel Laureate Delivers Message of Peace and Power

    Liberian activist Leymah Gbowee, awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011, told her Walter Theatre audience that those who mentor young people need to help them channel their righteous anger into a space where it can be used for the greater good of humanity.

    Read More
  • SNCtalks Debuts to an Appreciative Audience

    The new storytelling initiative launched March 4 with nine compelling speakers.

    Read More
  • New Presidential Roles Beckon SNC Leaders

    St. Norbert continues its legacy of nurturing leaders in Catholic higher education as it prepares to bid farewell to two friends and welcome back a third.

    Read More
  • This Early Grad Is Off to a Great Start

    Now an employment brand specialist and a budding author to boot, strong organizational and time management skills help Madelyn Glosny ’22 to balance her twin vocations and an overflowing calendar.

    Read More
  • Dance Team Brings Home National Title

    SNC Dance claimed the Collegiate Division Grand National Championship at this year’s DX Americup. The grand title came just one day after the team took first place in the College Pom and College Jazz contests.

    Read More
  • The Forecast Is Bright

    There are nine of them, soon to finish a year’s worth of data analysis and forecasting that is helping Midwest organizations plan their next big moves. They’re all undergraduates, and this isn’t coursework: These students are fellows of SNC’s Center for Business & Economic Analysis.

    Read More
  • Open Door Policy

    This is a story of two storied institutions and the woman – Christine Loose ’88 – who lives out their parallel cultures of radical hospitality each and every day.

    Read More
  • Spring Kick-Off to Support What Matters

    A May 19 kick-off event will launch Support What Matters, the next campaign for St. Norbert. The $125 million initiative is timed to align with the upcoming 125th anniversary of the college.

    Read More
  • Honors Pile Up for Newest All-American

    Green Knight Football’s Kendall Karcz ’22 picked up his second first-team All-America honor in December when he was named to the first team of the Associated Press Division III All-America Team.

    Read More
  • Becoming the Best Possible Leader He Can Be

    “One of the biggest mistakes I made was never seeking support. Campus resources are not just for people struggling academically. They’re for students who want to be the best possible student they can be.” – Joe Webb, vice-president for student affairs

    Read More
  • Norbertine Now / Worship in Spirit and Truth

    A new liturgical institute at St. Norbert Abbey is the latest partnership project from a community intent on expanding the ways it responds to the needs of the local church.

    Read More
  • National Title for Student Referee

    “It’s an uncommon thing to enjoy, but I love being a referee,” says Bradshaw Morel ’25. The SNC first-year was recognized as one of two Young Referees of the Year for 2021 at the U.S. Youth Soccer Awards Gala this past January.

    Read More
  • Law Students State Their Case for SNC

    Alums now studying at prestigious law schools around the country state the case for their undergraduate preparation at St. Norbert.

    Read More

Regular Features

In My Words

Meaningful Opportunities Build Across the Generations

President Brian Bruess ’90 reflects on the way transformative experiences tend to develop a generosity of spirit that, in its turn, creates opportunity for the generations to come.

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Personally Speaking

“Is His Head Worth a Hat?” – William Shakespeare

“My personal play, like that of every other person in the world, went wildly off-script in 2020 ... . Still, I cannot help but give thanks as I enter the new scene each day brings.” – Alex Gruber ’18 (Res Life)

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Treasure

Tokens of Friendship

“Students go to the trouble of bringing a piece of their home country all this way. It’s something they themselves have identified as being representative of where they’re from, so it must be important to them.” – Christina Hankwitz (International Education)

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Alumni Profile

Do We Have a Scoop for You

By 5:30 a.m. each weekday, John Courtis ’07 arrives at a vegan-approved kitchen unit in a former warehouse in Chicago. As head of operations for Sacred Serve, he directs his team as they make around 1,000 tubs of the flavor of the day.

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Big Picture

Dia de la Virgen

The Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe is celebrated across the Americas every year on Dec. 12. On campus, the day saw the faithful bringing flowers to the Shrine of Mary. Later, traditional dancing and readings preceded the evening Mass at Old St. Joe’s.

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Online Exclusives

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In the barber’s chair

A local business got students lined up and trimmed up, with a little friendly barbershop banter thrown in.

GALLERY
In dog years

As a de-stresser, furry friends can’t be bettered – and they don’t seem to mind the job at all

STORY
Inclusion

Jennifer Bonds-Raacke (Academic Affairs) and Billy Korinko (CVC) share “Lessons From a Small Residential Liberal Arts College Striving for Big Change” in an influential higher-ed blog.

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In the record books

SNC football’s All-American defensive back Kendall Karcz ’22 reflects on athletics and academics at St. Norbert College. He says, “All my hard work came to fruition.”

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In law school

“When I got to Georgetown, I really did feel that I had a leg up,” says Catherine Nowaczyk ’19. She is one of 15 students enrolled in law programs around the nation, who share that similar sentiment.