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“We are in the right place”

“We are in the right place”

By Aram Ahmed Moving to a new country is a completely new experience because you see different people, different cultures and completely different ways of living. When I moved to the United States, I saw the American culture which is completely different from my own. I had never been far […]

State sees uptick in Lyme disease

State sees uptick in Lyme disease

By Isabelle Kindle After finding a tick on his body when he was 16-years-old while walking in wooded areas of Massachusetts barefoot, Kevin Ward ’20 immediately went to his dad, a doctor, who advised Ward he should see a physician to get blood work done as a precaution. To his […]

Inside well-decorated dorms

Inside well-decorated dorms

By Eva Wilton Shannon Wilson,‘18, stood at the door of her new room thrilled at the opportunity to transform the typical dorm room hallmarks such as- white cinder block walls, basic wood furniture, and overpowering fluorescent lighting. She spent $100 on dorm decorations which was a fraction of $1,000 she […]

Teacher strike halts schools

By Matt Fournaris More than 3,000 Burlington students were out of school after 400 public teachers began striking on Thursday, Sept. 14. The ensuing week saw picket lines at various schools, meetings between the union and board members of the school district, and families scrambling to find care for students […]

Enrollment declines: 408 students in class of 2021

Enrollment declines: 408 students in class of 2021

By Matthew Pramas St. Michael College is shrinking. Other schools like St. Michael’s are suffering from similar declines in enrollment, both regionally and nationally. There are 457 students in the incoming cohort, according to Sarah Kelly, vice president of enrollment. This is the smallest class in 15 years, 10 percent smaller […]

‘I talked to your mom last night’

‘I talked to your mom last night’

By Jack Martin We all hate telemarketers right? Those soulless creatures of the night who sit in windowless offices with bloodshot, glossy eyes from endless hours staring at the LED computer screen, waiting for their random number dialer to select yours and interrupt your day with an invasive pitch designed […]

In memory of Joseph Kroger 1940-2017

In memory of Joseph Kroger 1940-2017

By Nathan Terry Joseph Kroger, a longtime religious studies professor at St. Michael’s College, died July 19 due to complications from heart surgery. Kroger who worked at the college for 45 years, had retired this past year. “He was a really kind person and would always offer a helping hand […]

What’s up with…Saratoga Olive Oil Company?

What’s up with…Saratoga Olive Oil Company?

By Gianna Seaver Last week, passing by the shaded storefront with a black awning on Church Street just as I had many times last year, I decided to venture into the Saratoga Olive Oil Company. I was immediately welcomed by a brown-speckled, friendly dog wagging his tail excitedly against my […]