Zambia Project: World of Hope Gala 2014

By Laura Riley

On Saturday, April 26th, St. Norbert College Zambia Project hosted their largest annual fundraiser: The World of Hope Gala. The event took place on campus in Michels Ballroom. This year the event included a cash bar, silent auction, and featured performances by the Limanya Drum & Dance Ensemble as well as guest speaker, Austin Gutwein. Gutwein is Continue reading

Give & Go: SNC Move-Out!

By Kalli Seglund ‘17

St. Norbert College is hosting the first annual “Give and Go: SNC Move-Out” with the cooperation of the Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning, Residence Hall Association (RHA), Residential Education & Housing (REH), Housekeeping and a local community partner—St. Vincent de Paul. The idea once known as Continue reading

Celebrating Service 2014

Celebrating Service Cover PhotoOne week from today, the St. Norbert College community will be gathering together to celebrate service. On Tuesday, May 6, 2014 the Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning will be hosting our annual Celebrating Service event. Through spoken stories and visual displays, this event will showcase how students are impacting our community through service. Join us in celebration beginning at 3:00pm in Todd Wehr Hall! Continue reading

De Pere Relay for Life 2014

Photography by Emily Goetz ’14
All Music Rights Reserved to: Sara Bareilles, Brave, The Blessed Unrest (2013)

By Sarah Wallenfang ’14
Treasurer, Colleges Against Cancer

Two weeks ago SNC Colleges Against Cancer in partner with the American Cancer Society put on another successful Relay for Life. The event took place on April 12. Throughout the day, 354 participants Continue reading

Kids 2 Campus 2014

On Wednesday, April 9th, 92 elementary students from surrounding schools journeyed to St. Norbert College  for Kids 2 Campus. Youth who attend a YMCA or Boys and Girls Club After-School program at high poverty schools in the Green Bay School District participated in the visit. Continue reading

Act! Speak! Build! Week: April 7-11

Act! Speak! Build! Week: April 7th-11th

The second week of April is Act! Speak! Build! Week at St. Norbert College and around the nation. This is a nationally recognized week sponsored by Habitat for Humanity. This week goes beyond the physical build site as volunteers and student groups turn their focus toward Continue reading

Living Simply in South Carolina – A TRIPS Reflection

Last month, eight St. Norbert students spent their spring break serving in South Carolina through an organization called Christmas in Action. This alternative break was part of St. Norbert’s TRIPS (Turning Responsibility Into Powerful Service) program. Christmas In Action is a non-profit organization whose vision is to assist in the prevention of substandard housing. They achieve this vision by remodeling homes of the elderly, disabled, and otherwise disadvantaged. The St. Norbert group worked on home repair projects alongside other volunteers and community partners. The trip was led by Emily Vetter. Below is a reflection of their time in South Carolina. Continue reading

The Worth of Each Human Being – A TRIPS Reflection

This past week, five St. Norbert women spent their spring break serving through the TRIPS alternative break program with the L’Arche community in Clinton, Iowa. L’Arche is a Christian community of people with developmental disabilities and those who share life with them. Their mission is to create a welcoming environment, to appreciate the unique gifts of each person and to respond to each individual’s needs. The L’Arche trip, known as “The Arch”, was led by St. Norbert senior, Kendra Wauters. Below is a reflection of their time in Iowa. Continue reading

Register for Relay!

By Sarah Wallenfang ’14
Treasurer, Colleges Against Cancer

While it may be taking its sweet time to get here, Spring is just around the corner. And for many people on campus and in the De Pere community who’ve had to face cancer in some way, that means one thing: Relay for Life. Continue reading

Zambia Project: Zam Jams – February 28th

By Malorie Imhoff ’15

Zambia Project is thrilled to present their bi-annual musical event, Zam Jams, this Friday evening! Since 2001, Zambia Project has been working hard to raise funds for schools in Zambia, Africa. The money goes toward supplies for students and salary for teachers. Over the years, Zambia Project has raised thousands of dollars, providing children with an opportunity for a better future through education. Continue reading