CAITLIN MCCAULEY | FEATURES COLUMNIST Communio; it’s a phrase we often hear around the SNC campus. One of the core values of the Norbertines, Communio is the ideal of a community united as one. Part of being a community is reaching out, helping others and being committed to serving the community surrounding St. Norbert. This… Read More Living Out Communio
AMY STEL | FEATURES EDITOR St. Norbert College is known for its Norbertine values and great food, but many may not be aware that the campus is also known for its ghosts. Burke Hall was built in 1942 and was the first residence hall for students on campus. It has four floors with single, double… Read More SNC: A Haunting
CAITLIN MCCAULEY | FEATURES COLUMNIST St. Norbert College’s Health and Wellness department hosted their first annual Wellness Expo on Tuesday, Oct. 3 in the Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center. The event focused on informing students about the eight dimensions of wellness and which resources on campus apply to each of the eight dimensions. The… Read More First Annual Wellness Expo
ASHLEY STREETER | FEATURES COLUMNIST Did you hear the sounds of a symphony in the air last week? Maybe you ate s’mores behind Main Hall or won a prize at Trivia Night? If you did then you were a part of Saint Norbert College’s Heritage Week! The college commemorated the history of the only Norbertine… Read More Saint Norbert College Homecoming!
AMY STEL | FEATURES EDITOR Did you know that “The St. Norbert Times” has been in operation since 1929? Since the first issue was published, the biweekly St. Norbert Times has been entirely student run, supplying accurate and unbiased information to the campus. The student journalists share crucial information and entertaining stories about events and… Read More A Little History
CAITLIN MCCAULEY | FEATURES COLUMNIST The Donald J. Schneider Memorial 5K celebrated its sixth annual run this year on SNC Day, Saturday, Sept. 16. “It’s a great way to kick off the day,” says Dr. Anna Herrman, a communications professor as well as co-director of the annual 5K along with Dr. Jim Neulip. Herrman has… Read More Schneider 5K Fosters Communio
ELIZABETH TULENKO | FEATURES COLUMNIST On Sept. 21, L.A. Paul spoke in the Fort Howard Theater about self-discovery through transformation. Paul’s lecture was titled “Who Will I Become” and her lecture was the first in a series of lectures sponsored by the Killeen Chair of Theology and Philosophy that is held every year on campus.… Read More Who Will I Become?