ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT On Saturday, November 10, the St. Norbert Dance Marathon service organization hosted its sixth annual Miracle Day. This year’s Miracle Day was attended by about 250 students (it was expected that 200 students would attend) and raised $84,570.06, just short of the intended goal of $95,000. Emily Milton (’20), co-president… Read More Dance Marathon: Aiming High
ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Focusing on everything from nature, parks and oceans to environmental racism, climate change and land rights, the Cassandra Voss Center is always finding new and exciting ways to celebrate this year’s theme “Green: Reimagining Environment.” Their most recent event, a live food demo by Dr. Ben Chan and Dr. Joel… Read More “Master Chef” with Chan and Mann
ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Fifty years is a long time to be practicing any craft. For local internationally renowned tattoo artist, Rick Harnowski, 50 years represents his life’s work in the tattooing industry. The Harnowski legacy began in 1952, when he was born in Glasgow, Poland. His parents were both laborers in Europe and… Read More 50 Years of Art in Ink-Rick Harnowski
ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT The Emmaus Center hosts many events throughout the year to build an encouraging community on campus. These programs include retreats, vocation programs, service opportunities and the ALIVE peer ministry. The Center’s most recent project was created by Alli Kempen (’19), Josie Rolfs (’19) and Derek Elkins (the campus protestant chaplain,… Read More Seeing Signs on Campus Plants?
ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT St. Norbert has worked to be a place of contemplation and prayer for many years. This year, contemplation is the theme for the school, and President Bruess has proposed a project to help students and staff of St. Norbert to reflect on this theme. In weekly campus-wide emails sent out… Read More SNC’s Heroes Without Capes
ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT The Cassandra Voss Center, on the corner of Grant and Third Street, was created in 2013 by the father of Casandra Voss ’08 to honor her memory after she passed away from a car accident in 2007. Cassandra was a double major in English and Women and Gender Studies, with… Read More The CVC Goes GREEN
ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Coming to college can be a whirlwind for many students, but this year, SNC was in a spin as well. For the 2018-19 school year, St. Norbert welcomed its biggest freshman class ever, totalling 624 students. Filled with many bright new minds, this class is the most ethnically diverse and… Read More SNC Opens Doors to Class of ’22