Holding the Stage For 25 years, groups of St. Norbert students have combined their skills to put on a full-length musical as part of the student organization Knight Theatre. This year, St. Norbert College Magazine was invited to pull back the curtain and witness the hard work, comradery and creativity that went into the group’s production of “The Addams Family.” Read More
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Holding the Stage For 25 years, groups of St. Norbert students have combined their skills to put on a full-length musical as part of the student organization Knight Theatre. This year, St. Norbert College Magazine was invited to pull back the curtain and witness the hard work, comradery and creativity that went into the group’s production of “The Addams Family.” Read More

In the News

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    Readers, Tell Us What You Think

    For the first time, our survey of the magazine readership focuses in equal measure on both the print and online experiences.

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    Mock Trial Team Reaches National Championship Series

    St. Norbert’s mock trial team slayed a few giants on its way to national glory – among them, the Stanford University team.

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    Jennifer Bonds-Raacke Named New Vice President for Academic Affairs

    The new vice president, a professor of psychology, arrives from Fort Hays State University where she served as dean of the graduate school and of the office of scholarship and sponsored projects.

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    Green Knights to Move Athletics Conferences

    The Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference will welcome SNC as a full member in time for the 2020-21 academic year.

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  • Giving Day Raises $500,000

    The Class of 1977 won the day's class challenge – but the students who will benefit from the scholarships secured were the biggest winners of all.

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    SNC Plays Esports: Introducing the League of Legends Team

    St. Norbert’s newest student org is riding the wave as the League of Legends craze sweeps campus. “We’re looking to mimic support from the college that it gives other sports,” says the org’s vice president Zachary Moede ’21.

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    CVC to Host White Privilege Symposium on Campus

    A national event that facilitates conversation about privilege in communities around the United States each year comes to St. Norbert next month.

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    Medal-some Siblings Own the Podium

    Track and field fans were seeing double by the end of the conference meet. Among the Green Knight victors, four sets of siblings claimed the podium.

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  • Safe & Sound Initiative Launches

    A new webpage acts as a hub of information, keeping all members of the St. Norbert College community up to date on topics related to safety, health and well-being.

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    Out-of-Office Message

    Wouldn’t it be great if you could work anywhere – anywhere – that you chose to? Increasingly, the campus and wider St. Norbert communities are adopting the whole world as their office space.

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    Legendary Coach Finishes Strong

    Connie Tilley (Athletics) is among the most decorated Division III women’s basketball coaches in history. As she concludes her last season with St. Norbert College, we look back on 42 storied years.

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    Green Knights Net SNC’s 23rd Varsity Sport

    Expect to see more tall male students on campus in the fall of 2019. Men’s volleyball will open in the spring of 2020 as the 11th men’s varsity sport at St. Norbert College.

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  • Remembering Lives of Service

    In a season of loss, the abbey and college communities bid farewell to five men who contributed to the educations of thousands of students.

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    Two Sides to the Story

    Twins Kevin and Kerry Rathburn chose to attend St. Norbert College together, graduating in 1987. Kerry’s sons Drew and Ian ’22 Rathburn – a second generation of Rathburn twins – took separate paths.

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In the News

  • Readers, Tell Us What You Think

    For the first time, our survey of the magazine readership focuses in equal measure on both the print and online experiences.

    Read More
  • Mock Trial Team Reaches National Championship Series

    St. Norbert’s mock trial team slayed a few giants on its way to national glory – among them, the Stanford University team.

    Read More
  • Jennifer Bonds-Raacke Named New Vice President for Academic Affairs

    The new vice president, a professor of psychology, arrives from Fort Hays State University where she served as dean of the graduate school and of the office of scholarship and sponsored projects.

    Read More
  • Green Knights to Move Athletics Conferences

    The Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference will welcome SNC as a full member in time for the 2020-21 academic year.

    Read More
  • Giving Day Raises $500,000

    The Class of 1977 won the day's class challenge – but the students who will benefit from the scholarships secured were the biggest winners of all.

    Read More
  • SNC Plays Esports: Introducing the League of Legends Team

    St. Norbert’s newest student org is riding the wave as the League of Legends craze sweeps campus. “We’re looking to mimic support from the college that it gives other sports,” says the org’s vice president Zachary Moede ’21.

    Read More
  • CVC to Host White Privilege Symposium on Campus

    A national event that facilitates conversation about privilege in communities around the United States each year comes to St. Norbert next month.

    Read More
  • Medal-some Siblings Own the Podium

    Track and field fans were seeing double by the end of the conference meet. Among the Green Knight victors, four sets of siblings claimed the podium.

    Read More
  • Safe & Sound Initiative Launches

    A new webpage acts as a hub of information, keeping all members of the St. Norbert College community up to date on topics related to safety, health and well-being.

    Read More
  • Out-of-Office Message

    Wouldn’t it be great if you could work anywhere – anywhere – that you chose to? Increasingly, the campus and wider St. Norbert communities are adopting the whole world as their office space.

    Read More
  • Legendary Coach Finishes Strong

    Connie Tilley (Athletics) is among the most decorated Division III women’s basketball coaches in history. As she concludes her last season with St. Norbert College, we look back on 42 storied years.

    Read More
  • Green Knights Net SNC’s 23rd Varsity Sport

    Expect to see more tall male students on campus in the fall of 2019. Men’s volleyball will open in the spring of 2020 as the 11th men’s varsity sport at St. Norbert College.

    Read More
  • Remembering Lives of Service

    In a season of loss, the abbey and college communities bid farewell to five men who contributed to the educations of thousands of students.

    Read More
  • Two Sides to the Story

    Twins Kevin and Kerry Rathburn chose to attend St. Norbert College together, graduating in 1987. Kerry’s sons Drew and Ian ’22 Rathburn – a second generation of Rathburn twins – took separate paths.

    Read More

Regular Features

In My Words

A Story Worth the Telling

President Brian Bruess ’90 finds himself almost daily recounting the college’s story to a wider audience. It’s a compelling tale that stems authoritatively from a rich history and mission, convincing and relevant outcomes, and a vibrant vision for the future.

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Personally Speaking

In Quest of That Magic Moment

There is not much that can compare to that “aha” experience when you are in a groove and can’t stop because what you have been working on is coming alive ... with work that you could not have imagined. – Brian Pirman (Art).

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Treasure

1910-11 College Catalog

With its fees for Plain Washing, Dinner for Day Students per month and Lessons on Piano or Organ Including Use of Instrument at Regular Rates per Scholastic Year, the 1910-11 college catalog offers a glimpse of simpler times.

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Alumni Profile

Foti Finds Home Remedies for Elderly

Pam (Melheim) Foti ’89 says the search for an assisted-living community for an older relative is analogous to her own search for a college home back in the day: When it feels right, you just know it.

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Big Picture

Hanging Out

Econ major Adam Sorensen ’20 spent some study time in the new hammock lounge, located just south of the Campus Center. The hammock lounge opened in October: a place to relax and destress in the outdoors while taking in views of the Fox River.

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Online Exclusives

STORY
In the future

We believe that St. Norbert’s claim to excellence resides in how we teach and learn, lead and serve, and live and work. In each of these areas, foundational principles guide our strategic planning.

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In 42 seasons

Connie Tilley Day – a retirement so huge it gets its own name! Join in the laughter, hugs and tears as we celebrate the legendary coach.

GALLERY
In the gallery

New work by Brian Pirman (Art) can be seen in his Godshalx Gallery show, “Experimental Digital Patterns” through March 29 – and in our online gallery.

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In the deep end

National coach Jack Fabian joined the Green Knights as they prepared for their first season, working with individual swimmers on their form.

STORY
In China

Frank Kasell ’06 quit his job and spent three months researching a book on Chinese street food. Then he came home and wrote a field guide for the adventurous diner. Our excerpt feeds the souls of armchair travelers.

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In due time

It may have taken 77 years, but the college is honored to bestow degree status on its newest grad.