Socially Connected

Social media has come of age. Once reserved for after-hours use, it’s now a legitimate professional tool. The field itself offers a maturing career path, and many St. Norbert alums are among those engaged in the business of putting new media to work. >>MORE

BooksThe Word on Summer Reads 
Faculty members share their current reading – a selection that includes a few surprise topics among interests more closely related to their individual fields of study. >>MORE

Norby featureA Knight’s Tale
“Norby is all over the place in my world,” says Nick Patton ’03 (Communications). The illustrator’s new children’s book features a charming tale of vocational questing – and it all takes place right here at St. Norbert. >>MORE

News of St. Norbert

Community-Wide Conversation Focuses on Retaining Young Talent
Futurist and economist Rebecca Ryan will address community leaders at St. Norbert on Oct. 15. Ryan is the speaker at “See the Future,” a discussion on leveraging Greater Green Bay’s community progress to attract the next generation of talent. >>MORE
Meet the Class of 2017
Our incoming first-years may only have begun their college careers this fall, but they have already shown us they are a bunch to be reckoned with. >>MORE
Ethicist’s Wide-Ranging Interests Feed New Perspectives
Along with an interest in ethics and political philosophy, new faculty member Ben Chan (Philosophy) brings a uniquely critical position on food – a personal interest which is guiding development of a new class. >>MORE
Cousins' Student Work Experiences Build Careers
Valuable off-campus internships help two alumni cousins achieve professional success in high finance and the world of professional sports. >>MORE
SNC in Your Neck of the Woods
As the college continually casts a wider net, Todd Danen ’77 and his alumni house team find they are more often taking to the road. >>MORE
“Start Right” to Boost College Readiness
This fall, St. Norbert students will mentor Oneida Nation high schoolers and inspire them on their education journey – a journey that may well lead to college. >>MORE
Cranes on Campus

With construction to the east and to the west, the pace-setting learning environment on campus continues to build. >>MORE

Another Banner Year for the Knights
The Green Knights have notched the second-most winning year in school history, winning nearly 65 percent of their contests and sending five teams to the NCAA Division III tournament. >>MORE
Worlds of Experience Back on Campus
The welcome presence of religious on this Catholic, Norbertine campus now embraces Sister Laura Zelten, O.S.F., ’79 (Parish) and the Rev. Mike Weber, O.Praem. (Religious Studies). >>MORE
Running Down a Dream
Add up all the distance Louis Ayensu-Mensah ’13 has run on the soccer field and track, and it would equal just a fraction of the journey that brought him to St. Norbert. >>MORE

Regular Features

President’s Message

President Tom Kunkel is spending his summer toiling on the manuscript of his latest book. He’s writing about Joseph Mitchell, “an excavator of eccentrics and lost souls” – in fact, an author with a very Norbertine outlook on life and people, reflects Kunkel. >>MORE

Alumni Profile/Not Your Everyday Story of Cuttlefish
The flamboyant cuttlefish, a rare and spectacular species, is making a comeback in aquariums around the world, thanks to the skill of Monterey Bay’s Bret Grasse ’08. >>MORE
Personally Speaking/Exile in a Dubious Paradise
“These days, it takes almost as much work to reach Devil’s Island as it did for France’s most notorious prisoner to gain freedom from it.” – Tom Conner (Modern Languages and Literatures) >>MORE
Treasure/Carved by Hands Unknown
Bill Hyland (Center for Norbertine Studies) talks about his affection for a small wooden statue of our founding saint. >>MORE