‘Invest in the Common Good’ SNC talks to be held March 24
For the Press Times
DE PERE – St. Norbert College will host SNC talks, a storytelling initiative that features talks given by SNC students, staff, faculty and alumni, on Friday, March 24.
The TED talk-style presentations “highlight the unique passions, talents and endeavors of the speakers, providing a space and time for hearing others’ stories and embracing our shared humanity,” a St. Norbert College release stated.
The theme for this year’s event is “Invest in the Common Good,” one of the pillars of respect at St. Norbert College.
This event will have both virtual and in-person options, starting at 6 p.m.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. in the Walter Theatre in the Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Arts.
Taylor Collard, class of ’24, student at St. Norbert College, presents “How Positive Deviance Kept Me Positively Alive.” For more information about Taylor, visit snc.edu/go/collard.
Bryanna Fogel ’21, program associate at Trust for Public Land, presents “The Magic of Parks.” More information about Bryanna at snc.edu/go/fogel.
Alex Gruber ’18, area coordinator — housing residential education and housing at St. Norbert College, presents “The Golden Girls, Friendship and the Life Well Lived.” More information about Alex at snc.edu/go/gruber.
Kyra Kronberg ’20, admission counselor at St. Norbert College, presents “Different, Not Less: Finding Beauty in Neurodiversity.” More information about Kyra at snc.edu/go/kronberg.
Julie Massey 87’, chief of staff and secretary to the board of trustees at St. Norbert College, presents “There’s No Straight Line to the Circle of Life.” More information about Julie at snc.edu/go/massey.
Seth Mayrer ’24, student at St. Norbert College, presents “Learning the Rules of the Game.” More information about Seth at snc.edu/go/mayrer.
Daniel Scaife ’23, student at St. Norbert College, presents “The Relationship I Didn’t See Coming.” More information about Daniel at snc.edu/go/scaife.
To register, visit snc.edu/go/snc-talk-tickets.
A livestream option is available at snc.edu/go/snc-talks-stream.