ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT What does “Blood Quantum” mean? According to an article from powwow.com (a website dedicated to the publication of articles and videos, the creation of a community and the celebration of the history and traditions of American Indians), blood quantum is the very complex and highly controversial process used by different… Read More CVC Hosts “Great Vanishing Act”
EDUARDO PADRINO | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Upcoming on Feb. 15, the Bemis International Center will be hosting the “State of the Economy” event at the Fort Howard Theater. This conference will be lead by Dr. Marc Shaffer, a faculty member from the Donald J. Schneider School of Business and Economics, as well as two students from… Read More Dr. Schaffer Talks Economy
MADELEINE WENC | NEWS CORRESPONDENT St. Norbert’s goal of Communio is strongly exemplified by the TRIPS program, which seeks to address issues of social justice, both internationally and domestically, and supports student’s search for a deeper faith through powerful experiences of service. Recent trips have been to places as near as Milwaukee, Chicago or Iowa… Read More SNC Students Take TRIPS
JACK MICKELSON | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Each new year at Saint Norbert brings changes to campus. The 2018-2019 academic year will bring big changes to student housing on campus, primarily to Dennis M. Burke Hall, which will be converted to single rooms on all floors. The “Times” had the opportunity to talk with Joe Totman, the… Read More Room for One: Burke Hall Renovations
ALEX GRUBER | CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF On Monday, Nov. 20, the St. Norbert Times interviewed Father Mike Brennan ’99, O. Praem., Director of the Shrine of St. Joseph and Assistant Vocation Director for St. Norbert Abbey. Brennan spent 11 years teaching and coaching in Catholic schools before joining the Norbertine Order in 2011 and becoming… Read More Times Talks: Fr. Mike Brennan
ALEX GRUBER | CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF James Martin, a Jesuit priest and editor of the Catholic magazine “America” wrote his book “Building a Bridge” on the relationship between the Catholic Church and the LGBTQ+ community. St. Norbert College Parish hosted its own discussions on the book and held a Skype interview with Martin on Monday,… Read More Building a Bridge
ELYNOR GREGORICH | NEWS CORRESPONDENT The popular meal dollar gift cards disappeared from circulation several semesters ago. Upperclassmen fondly remember the system which allowed students to transform large chunks of their meal plans into a form useable even after the end of the semester. Barb Wickham, Associate Director of Retail Operations, explains why the gift… Read More Where Did the Gift Cards Go?