St. Michael’s College is working to fight against the stigmas surrounding mental health, finding new ways to talk about this difficult subject.
It’s a Saturday night just after 10, and the band Sead is rocking out at Turtle Underground, performing a cover of the ZZ Top classic “Cheap Sunglasses.” The music is loud, the room is filled with colorful lights, and everyone there is bobbing their heads to the rhythm. It seems […]
As Annie Fitzgerald left her car and began walking to the stables at Mountain Moon Farm in Charlotte, V.T, horses that had been standing in shadows began to move. She approached the stables and called their names the horses trotted towards her. As she walked around the barn, you could […]
By McKenna Martin We’ve all seen the news. All there seems to be is one version of how everything is told: Negatively. We see things about the government, stock prices, poverty rates, and, of course, the problems going on with law enforcement. One can’t go two thumb swipes on Facebook […]
By Lily Bonadies It’s a Monday night, eight o’ clock, and a group of guys sit closely around their common room television. Brian Laughlin, ’19, never thought he would watch The Bachelor, but now he is hooked. “I started watching it Jojo’s season because my girlfriend watched it,” he admits. […]
Aidan McMurrer, has had a Black Lives Matter poster ripped off his door three times this year. When it first happened in December, McMurrer, a sophomore RA for Quad Commons and Alumni, emailed Public Safety asking them to look at the security cameras in the hallways to find out who […]
NPR Pentagon correspondent, Tom Bowman ’77, traveled from his office in Washington, D.C. to speak to the St. Michael’s community on Thursday, Feb. 23 about his experiences as a journalist covering the Iraq and Afghanistan War. Before taking the stage in McCarthy for a panel discussion with two student veterans, […]