GRAEME GALLAGHER | CO-EDITOR IN-CHIEF St. Norbert College strives to have a community that is welcoming to all and one that embodies the values of communio. Unfortunately, for some students these values are not upheld and create problems within the community. For these cases, the Bias Incident Response Group (BIRG) on campus is here to… Read More Meet the Bias Incident Response Group
JANELLE KNICK | NEWS CORRESPONDENT New to St Norbert College this fall is Eric Dunning. He has taken up the mantle of Campus Safety Director from Steve Jakupss who retired earlier this year. He spent the last 25 years, 12 of which as the chief, at Ashwaubenon Public Safety. Along with this experience, he is… Read More A New Sheriff in Town
KYRA KRONBERG | NEWS CORRESPONDENT On Sept. 13, students from Adventure Club and Film Society joined forces for their annual Camping on the Quad event, open to all students on campus. The event was held in front of the Campus Center from 6 p.m. until 9 a.m. the next morning. The two clubs put together… Read More Camping in the Quad
ERIKA DITZMAN | CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Saturday, Sept. 21 was St. Norbert College’s biggest event of the year, drawing in students, staff, alumni and their families, as well as the De Pere community for a day celebrating communio. Attendees were greeted by tables lined up along the walk-way of Baer Mall. Local businesses, including Capital Credit Union,… Read More SNC Day 2019
KAITLIN FOLEY | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Last fall, SNC students lost their sushi at Phil’s. The previous vendor that was enlisted was lost due to licensing and contracting issues. Management at Phil’s was at a loss on how to amend the problem. The process of acquiring a new vendor proved to be very difficult. They thought… Read More Sushi ‘Roll’ing Back to Phil’s!
ERIKA DITZMAN | CO-EDITOR IN-CHIEF De Pere is buzzing with talk of a new art installment, transforming Nicolet Alley into a call for action. Artists Shanna Koltz and Naomi Moes-Jenkins merge their 2-D and 3-D art forms to highlight the reliance of the ecosystem, the world and our community on the honey bee. Koltz owns… Read More Save the Bees!
ERIKA DITZMAN | CO-EDITOR IN-CHIEF The Miriam B. & James J. Mulva Library celebrated 10 years on Thursday, Sept. 5, inviting students in for cake, games and DIY screen-printed t-shirts. While the current facilities have existed for a decade, the library’s history began in 1924 as a small room in Boyle Hall, until 1959 when… Read More Happy Birthday, Mulva!