JULIA SERRA | OPINION EDITOR We are all familiar with the anatomy of the book: pages, binding, etc. Bookish individuals tend to hoard them in our purses, sleep with them under our pillows and caress them when we’re feeling lonelier than usual. I get so much satisfaction in watching these physical objects piling up in… Read More Why Books?
CATE O’BRIEN | OPINION COLUMNIST When I was in middle school, at that turning point in time where creativity becomes unacceptable and conformity reigns over your life like some kind of jewel-encrusted tyrant, the rain was my secret. Whenever it rained, I snuck off to the attic, where the roofing wasn’t quite finished, and I… Read More Playfullness, Even in Adulthood
SAMMI DYSON | NEWS CORRESPONDENT The weather is getting cold and sweaters and scarves are making their appearance once again, which means the season of pumpkins and colored leaves has arrived. The start of the season also brought the annual fallFEST for the whole SNC community to enjoy. On Friday, Oct. 14, the annual 2016… Read More Falling for FallFEST
SARAH KICK | NEWS CORRESPONDENT St. Norbert College has always encouraged students to take advantage of its Study Abroad program if possible, and with the program advertising a choice of 20 countries, students are not limited with their choice. Alongside the entire semester study abroad experience, students also have the option to participate in a… Read More Core Curriculum Summer Classes offered in Buenos Aires
MADELEINE WENC | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Music, history and fellowship flowed freely at an event for Heritage Week, an annual series of St. Norbert College events that takes place during the fall semester of each academic year. This year’s lecture event was hosted in Old Saint Joseph Church on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 6:30 p.m.. The… Read More Heritage Week: A Celebration of Our Past
Dr. Michael Rosewall | Associate Academic Dean The Academic Honor Board plays an important role on campus, though its work sometimes goes unnoticed. Each semester, the Honor Board meets to listen and make decisions when cases of academic misconduct occur. The Board is made up of students and faculty who volunteer for this difficult but… Read More Honor Code: Spring 2016 Misconduct Report
FRANK CUSHMAN | SPORTS EDITOR The Men’s Soccer team traveled to Iowa this weekend to face Grinnell on Saturday and Cornell on Sunday. The Knights entered this road trip at 11-3, 4-1 in conference. Clearly, the story told by the record tells how good the season has been. The team has been competitive in every… Read More Men’s Soccer Continues Push for Conference Crown