Monthly Archives: May 2014

Congrats, Class of 2014!

“If leaving Nobles is hard for you, then it has been worthwhile.” —Vicky Seelen, English faculty member to her Creative Writing class. Click here to see coverage of Nobles graduation.

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Final Countdown!

In celebration of their last moments as Class I students, members of the Class of 2014 gather in Gleason Hall.

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Class I Projects Presented

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Need to Recharge?

The Putnam Library is full of resources. Check out this latest addition!

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You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby

Can you name which Class I student is which?

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Fun with Achieve

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After the Show

It’s hard to believe that there was a full-blown Pirates of Penzance production in this theater just a few days ago.

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Nice Shot

Photographer Kathleen Dooher made some beautiful pictures of several Class I students today. And the rain held out just long enough. Phew.

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Team Bonding

Class I students in math faculty member Nick Nickerson’s calculus AB class participated in a high ropes course—a bookend experience for many students who came in as sixies and took part in the team-bonding activity during orientation.

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Art Street

The Beach transformed into a mini carnival with food, games and art for the 11th annual Art Street festival, May 16. Student clubs and organizations hosted a variety of booths to raise money for nonprofits including St. Boniface Haiti Foundation, … Continue reading

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