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Taking action, making change

By Karianne Shetter When I see big news, a part of my mind sometimes likes to imagine what it would sound like if the headlines were shouted on a street corner by a turn-of-the-century newsboy. “Extra, extra! Read all about it! Vermont halts official state travel to North Carolina because […]

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St. Michael’s inducts new members of honor societies

By Jack Martin This past Friday and Saturday, St. Michael’s College held their annual student induction ceremonies into the honor societies of Delta Epsilon Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Beta Kappa, and Theta Alpha Kappa. Each of these societies work to reward students at St. Michael’s for the time and […]

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Finding meaning in overseas education

By Yucheng Mou Six years ago, I came to study abroad in the U.S. to a high school with students from different states and countries around the world. It was truly a global community. While it challenged me to become immersed in a very culturally intense academic program, too many […]

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Samantha Prue, ’18, reads her copy of the Onion River Review at the 2016 release of the journal on Wednesday, April 6.

The ostrich and the onion

By Caroline Hart While snow fell outside on an unusually cold spring night Wednesday April 6, community members gathered inside the Hoehl Welcome Center to celebrate the release of the Onion River Review’s 2016 journal.     Chairs set up in a communal style circle contributed to the laid-back and welcoming atmosphere […]