A Daily Dose of St. Mike's

One of the great things about Saint Michael's College is that we are a four-year, residential campus. From talks with top scholars, concerts and late night grilling, there is something to do every day at St. Mike's!

Here is a sample of what a weekend can look like on campus, with events taken from the Daily Digest - our daily campus communication. 

Tie-Dye Party

TODAY, 1:00pm-4:00pm - Moved to Durick's Den with the expectation of inclement weather
Release your inner hippie!  Make a righteous tie dye with your favorite groovy librarians.  The first 100 students will get a free tee shirt or bring your own white cotton item to dye.

Bill Ellis: An Evening of Praise and Protest

TONIGHT 6:00pm-7:00pm - Main Floor, Durick Library 
Roots performer William Lee Ellis presents "Woke Up This Morning: An Evening of Praise and Protest," featuring music of the 1960s folk and blues revival as well as newly composed songs in the tradition. Songs to include: "Freedom Highway," "Woke Up This Morning (With My Mind on Freedom)," and "If I Had My Way."


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2nd Annual Spring Unity Fest! - April 15th 

The Student Veterans Association and Active Minds sponsored 2nd Annual Unity Fest! Join in on the Spring time Fun! There'll be food Trucks, Games, Lip Sync Battle,  the ever popular Photo Booth and much more! Please view attached file for times and locations of the many events!

5K Fun Run to Benefit Make-A-Wish Vermont!

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will be hosting its 4th annual 5K Fun Run to beneift Make-A-Wish Vermont.  The race will be held on Sunday, April 15th (rain or shine) at 10:00 am beginning and ending on the 300's field.  For more information or to pre-register please contact Shannon Kynoch at x2503 or

SMC Home Varsity Athletic Events

Saturday, April 14 
Women's Lacrosse vs. New Haven, 11 a.m.
* Pie a Purple Knight at halftime | Hope Happens Here Mental Health Awareness Game *
Visit for a complete schedule.


Bike Repair Clinic Monday 4.16.18

As part of Green Up's Earth Month, join Old Spokes Home for a Bike Repair Clinic on Monday 4/16 from 3:30-5:30 between Alliot and Dion (near the Fix-It Bike Station). Make sure you bring your bike, this is a hands-on workshop. 


Global Luncheon Series

As part of our Internationalization and International Awareness, alongside our Immersion program, the Center for Multicultural Affairs and Services would like to invite you to our Global Luncheon Conversation on Thursday, April 19th at 11:45 AM in Dion, Roy Room. The Luncheon is titled: Experience Japan: The Land of Bullet Trains, Sumo- over 2000 years old, Samurai- the Ninja - an ultra-warrior, Mt. Fuji -the volcano mountain & many more. This event will feature Erina Tsubota & Takumi Fukushima who are students from Japan in our graduate MATESOL program.

Quebec History X: A Concert by Hip Hop Artist Webster

Join us for a great concert! Webster will sing in French and will introduce his songs in English, talking about topics such as discrimination and racial profiling in Quebec, Quebec's forgotten Black history, Francophonie...
The concert will take place in the Farrell Room (STE 315) on Monday, April 23 at 6:30 pm. 

Or maybe you want to get off campus and discover the area? See how some of our students explore our beautiful location in the video below.

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