By Jess Ward Lifestyle & Politics Editor What do a sound designer, clock maker, and theater reviewer have in common? All three St. Michael’s students were recognized at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival during the last week of January for their work that contributed to the theater. It […]
By Sarah Carlson-McNally Staff Writer It’s late in the first semester as the sound of fire alarms roar throughout Quad Commons proceeding to wake me from a nap. I join students as they saunter out into the hallway and exit the building. Two officers head inside towards the second floor […]
By Maggie Nevens Staff Writer The Roy Room was energized on the evening of Feb. 20 as poet and educator J Mase III encouraged students and faculty members to participate in his talk, “How I survived the Gay Rights Movement as a Trans Person of Color.” At the first of […]
By Angela McParland Design Consultant “Honestly, I think cutting out my own uterus would be less painful than my period.” It was an accepted truth. Periods were the worst. They hurt. They ruined your underwear. They halted your plans for a couple days. So when I said this, no one […]
By Nathan Terry Managing Editor Family members, politicians and friends gathered at the chapel of St. Michael the Archangel on Tuesday Feb. 13 for the funeral service of local businessman and philanthropist Tony Pomerleau, who died on Feb. 8 at the age of 100. With hundreds of mourners in attendance […]
By Jess Ward Lifestyle & Politics Editor Before North Campus was sold to the University of Vermont last year, Turtle Underground shows were held in the basement of Purtill Hall. They were packed wall-to-wall with students, ready to listen to good music by their peers. Now, the shows take place […]
PHOTOS BY ELIZABETH STAPLETON The second annual St. Michael’s College Iditarod Race took place on the 300’s field on Saturday, Feb. 17.
By Jack Caron Staff Editor Since the first telephone was installed in the White House in 1877, contacting legislative officials has been a major part of the “utility belt” by any politically active citizen. “Utility belt” is a bit distracting. Can you state it more simply for the lede sentence? […]