ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Have you read a newspaper lately? Flipped on the TV? Race-based attacks are in every issue, protests and counter protests fill every news station, emails and texts fly with the latest shocking statistics and everyone is looking to point fingers. The students of St. Norbert College are taking a different… Read More Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at SNC
ABIGAIL VALERIUS | NEWS CORRESPONDENT A night to bring students, faculty, staff, and alumni together, the first annual Heritage Ball will occur on Saturday, Oct. 14 to cap Heritage and Homecoming Weeks at St. Norbert College. Heritage week celebrates the history of St. Norbert College, founded in October 1898 by Bernard Pennings, O. Praem. and… Read More SNC To Host First Heritage Ball
WALKER LAKE | NEWS CORRESPONDENT When it comes to St. Norbert College and its many traditions, Heritage and Homecoming week is one that students never seem to forget. During the week of Oct. 8 through the 14, many events celebrating the college’s heritage as well as Homecoming will be taking place. Before we dive into… Read More A Week to Remember
ANASTASIA MONTAVON | EDITOR IN CHIEF The campus bike program is back! However, it may function a bit differently than before. Some new changes have been introduced to the program for this school year! Six bikes are available to students through the free rental program. To rent a bike, students need to go to the… Read More Campus Bikes Are Back!
ALEX GRUBER | EDITOR IN CHIEF Students at St. Norbert College will have noticed the small construction crew working at Old St. Joseph’s Church. The team has been performing renovation and restoration on the historic building since before the start of the academic year. While its efforts largely focus on maintaining the appearance and structural… Read More Old Doors, New Look
ALEX GRUBER | EDITOR IN CHIEF The Center for Norbertine Studies (CNS) at St. Norbert College recently received two special shipments: both large crates full of books from the Norbertine abbey of Tongerlo in Westerlo, Belgium. The community at Tongerlo gifted the books, produced between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries, to the Center after their… Read More Booking It
ELYNOR GREGORICH | NEWS CORRESPONDENT The life of the 25-year-old Shrine of Mary on the northeastern end of campus is renewed this year by significant expansion and renovation. The original grotto, built in 1992 and dedicated in 1993, is being developed into two distinct spaces for reflection and meditation. The part of the contemplative space… Read More 1993 Shrine of Mary Revitalized