Do you like writing, editing, or photography? What about social media? The St. Norbert Times is looking for people to fill positions for next year! Positions available include writers for news, opinion, features, entertainment, and sports. We’re also seeking photographers, copy and layout editors, and a social media/website manager. If you’re interested in a fun… Read More The Times is Hiring!
BY MERCEDES DIAZ GRACIDA The following is a reflection submitted by Mercedes Diaz Gracida ’17, a participant on the Immigration Trip through the SNC TRIPS Program. This spring break I had the opportunity to attend a TRIPS service trip. Our focus was on immigration in Chicago, Ill. The Sturzl Center organized a week that… Read More Letter to the Editor: Hope is Present and that is You!
BY KALEY ALLARD The American Flag: a national symbol and a representation of our freedom as US citizens. But what happens when that symbol is stolen—and stolen from the home of a veteran’s son, no less? Unfortunately, one of St. Norbert College’s neighbors has had to deal with this first hand. I had the pleasure… Read More Like a Good Neighbor, St. Norbert is There
BY KALEY ALLARD Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, Service. These are the Four Pillars that guide Kappa Sigma fraternities around the country and here at St. Norbert College they are something that the members of Kappa Sigma-Sigma Iota Chapter live by each and every day. On Oct. 24, 22 active Kappa Sigma brothers, as well as five… Read More Gentlemen of Kappa Sigma Embody Communio
BY JOE LYONS Democracy Matters is a national student organization found on campuses across the country. An SNC branch was recently founded by Catherine Wiese ’16. Founded in 2001 by former NBA Basketball player Adonal Foyle, Democracy Matters it is a non-partisan, campus-based, national, student organization working to get private money out of politics and… Read More Democracy Matters: A Look at a New Student Organization
BY MEGHAN MONAHAN, OPINION EDITOR My road to St. Norbert was not the typical one that my fellow graduating seniors experienced. For one thing, as a De Pere native, I did not want to go to SNC at all. I refused my mother’s request to apply here because I felt it was “too close to… Read More Senior Reflection
BY GENEVIEVE KOCOUREK, FEATURES WRITER My expectations were hazy. After nine years in the Marine Corps and a year in a religious community, I transferred to SNC in fall 2012. After living a life of prayer for the salvation and sanctification of souls for a year, I had to leave the community, resolved to repair… Read More A Fruitful Detour