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Professor Grover in his office.

Grover: On to the next chapter

Professor William Grover taught American Politics at St. Michael’s College for 30 years, but decided to take part in a Voluntary Separation Program the school offered to more experienced faculty members this past fall. He taught American Politics as well as a first year seminar in fly-fishing, which earned recognition […]

Guilaume Grand. Photo by James Buck.

Highlights across winter sports

By Lance Reynolds and Matt Fournaris Record-breaking milestones and teams in tournament contention highlight a positive season for the St. Michael’s winter sports teams. Here is a look at how each team is faring: Alpine Ski: For the first time in modern Ea stern Intercollegiate Ski Association (EISA) history the […]

Letter to the Editor: Trump’s Immigration Executive Order

A few days after Donald Trump moved into the White House, he issued an executive fiat imposing a “moratorium” on granting visas to human beings from certain nations—all of them predominantly Muslim. In addition, he also blocked many residents of this country from other nations from returning, began the process […]

Freedom of the press, freedom of the people

By Kelsey Bode and Madeline Hughes The role of informing you, the public, does not fall to government. Not in the United States of America. There’s a reason for that. There’s a reason why journalists are left with the task of sifting through landmines of paperwork and information and loopholes […]

Illustration by Liam Rademacher

S.A. requests seat at Board of Trustees table

During their weekly meeting on the last Tuesday in January, the Student Association at St. Michael’s College passed a revised resolution aiming to place a student representative onto the 29-member Board of Trustees. The resolution is the next step in the SA’s continuing effort to form a more structured line […]

Hospitality abroad: Even when my country will not reciprocate

Hospitality abroad: Even when my country will not reciprocate

The moment I was introduced to Feiza, my host mother, she was simultaneously carrying a six-month old baby and trying to wrangle a two-and-a-half year old running through everyone’s legs, I didn’t know what I had gotten myself into. I greeted her with “a-salam-alaikum.” She replied “alaikum-salam,” kissing me on […]