The Power of Words: SNC Hosts Lecture on Political Rhetoric

ELLA KIRBY | NEWS EDITOR On Tuesday, Oct. 25, the 2016 Election Series, sponsored by the St. Norbert College honors program, hosted the third of four lectures revolving around the 2016 election in the Mulva Library at 7:00 p.m.. Dr. Mark Glantz, a professor of Communications and Media Studies at the college, presented a lecture… Read More The Power of Words: SNC Hosts Lecture on Political Rhetoric

Students Invited to Hispanic Heritage Celebration

ELLA KIRBY| NEWS EDITOR Multicultural Student Services is hosting its Hispanic Heritage Celebration on the St. Norbert College campus. Its first event that students are welcome to attend is their kickoff celebration held in Michels Common Ballroom on Wednesday, Sept. 21 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. On Friday, Sept. 30, Michels Ballroom will also… Read More Students Invited to Hispanic Heritage Celebration

First Masculinities Courses Being Taught at SNC

ELLA KIRBY | NEWS EDITOR St. Norbert College is honored to receive visiting scholar Dr. Harry Brod,  who will be teaching the college’s first-ever semester long courses on Masculinities, for this academic fall semester. His presence on campus ties in with the Masculinities theme that the Cassandra Voss Center has chosen for the 2016-17 year.… Read More First Masculinities Courses Being Taught at SNC

bell hooks Residency Promotes the Values of Laughter, Love and Honest Conversation

ELLA KIRBY | NEWS CORRESPONDENT  St. Norbert College was delighted to welcome bell hooks back to campus for a third year as part of her residency that took place from Monday, April 18 to Friday, April 22. This residency was organized by the Cassandra Voss Center and sponsored by Humana and The Killeen Chair of… Read More bell hooks Residency Promotes the Values of Laughter, Love and Honest Conversation

Stories of Marginalization Shared, Not Forgotten at SNC’s Take Back the Knight

ELLA KIRBY | NEWS CORRESPONDENT On Tuesday, April 5, St. Norbert College hosted its third annual Take Back the Knight event, which took place in Dudley Birder Hall at 8 p.m. The event was sponsored by the Office of Diversity Affairs and coordinated by student member Margaret Uselman ’17, who was responsible for arranging the speakers… Read More Stories of Marginalization Shared, Not Forgotten at SNC’s Take Back the Knight