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Luke Good

Posted by Cristy Marsh on Fri, Nov 18, 2016 @ 10:00 AM
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“Picking a college out of a hat isn’t necessarily ideal. I was really indecisive about where I wanted to go for the next four years. During high school, I always thought I would attend the usual, Pitt or Penn State. I ended up falling in love with another school, but when the tuition was too expensive, I had to quickly pick another school. Eventually, I decided to pick out of a hat. I pulled SVC, but didn’t want to go there, so I threw it back in. I then reshuffled and picked SVC again. I’m fortunate that God put me here at Saint Vincent. The opportunities I have been exposed to have been so fulfilling and worthwhile. I wouldn’t trade my years here for anything!”
 
-Luke Good, C’18, Marketing Major

Topics: Humans of SVC, Cristy Marsh, college life, Luke Good

Del Bredniak

Posted by Cristy Marsh on Tue, Nov 15, 2016 @ 12:00 PM

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“I have three passions in life; spikeball, Walt Disney World and making people smile! What I love about Saint Vincent is that it has helped me grow these passions on a day-to-day basis. I never heard of spikeball until I came here; I am now the club president and host tournaments every semester! My dream job is to work for Walt Disney World on their PR team. SVC has set me on the right path to make my dream a reality. I love putting a smile on every person’s face that I talk to. It makes me feel better about myself when I can make others smile. Thanks SVC for making it easy for me!”

-Del Bredniak, Communication Major '18

Topics: Saint Vincent College, Humans of SVC, Cristy Marsh, Spikeball, Disney World, Del Bredniak

Tammy Marsh

Posted by Cristy Marsh on Mon, Nov 14, 2016 @ 04:00 PM

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”What are your possibilities once you become part of the Saint Vincent College family? I began my SVC career 12 years ago part-time in the Welcome Booth on the 3-11 p.m. shift, then I became full-time in the Facilities Management Office. From there I went to the Registrar’s office as a secretary and finally for the last five years, I have been the administrative assistant to the dean of the Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing. I love the community of Saint Vincent College; being that I have worked in several different areas, I have made a lot of friendships throughout the college. My daughters have grown up coming to SVC events and all three started their college education at SVC their senior year of high school. I like to say: You can go anywhere from Saint Vincent College.”

-Tammy Marsh, Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing

Topics: Saint Vincent College, Humans of SVC, Cristy Marsh, success, Tammy Marsh, Boyer

Courtney Kahl

Posted by Alexander Byers on Thu, Oct 27, 2016 @ 09:58 AM

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“Growing up in the Derry/Latrobe area, finding a summer/fall internship near home and close to SVC was extremely important to me. Saint Vincent College has helped me to find an internship in human resources, which is my focus of study, at Idlewild & SoakZone. Not only did I learn the basics and all aspects of HR at Idlewild, but I also had a great experience learning about the amusement park industry during my internship experience. The Latrobe area has always had a strong place in my heart, and Saint Vincent was able to connect me with an opportunity to stay local, as well as having a fun and rewarding internship.”

-Courtney Kahl

Topics: internship, Latrobe, Humans of SVC, Idlewild, Human Resources

Samantha Sluger

Posted by Cristy Marsh on Thu, Oct 13, 2016 @ 12:03 PM

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"Coming to Saint Vincent, I did not know what to expect of the people here. I am from Germantown, Maryland (about 45-50 minutes away from D.C.), and the culture/people are so different back home compared to SVC. People actually open doors for you, say "Hi," and are just generally decent human beings. I have met some really awesome people, and some who have been not so awesome.  The communication department is so nice. I am so glad I decided to major in Comm. because the staff is really amazing and is willing to work with you on everything. Being here at Saint Vincent has been pretty solid so far, and I cannot wait to see where the rest of my college career takes me."

-Samantha Sluger, Class of 2018, Communication Major

Topics: communication, Humans of SVC, Cristy Marsh, Samantha Sluger

Jamie Sherry

Posted by Alexander Byers on Tue, Oct 11, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

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“Saint Vincent was my first choice college when I made my first list of places to apply to. This campus feels like home to me - warm and welcoming no matter who you are or where you’re from. If you need help, all you have to do is ask, and if the person you asked doesn’t know the answer, it’s pretty likely that someone he or she knows will be able to answer.

-Jamie Sherry

Topics: Humans of SVC, Saint Vincent, home, Jamie Sherry

Elspeth Mizner

Posted by Alexander Byers on Mon, Oct 10, 2016 @ 04:04 PM
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“Being the daughter of two alumni of Saint Vincent College, I immediately felt at home during my first few weeks as a freshman. The amount of activities and ways to get involved made it very easy to feel a part of the SVC community. Everyone welcomed you with open arms and made you feel like a Bearcat from the start, which made the transition much easier. The abundance of welcomes and smiles throughout the first few days made me feel that I have always been here. I couldn’t imagine calling any other place home for the next few years.”
-Elspeth Mizner, C’20, Communication Major

Topics: Community, communication, Humans of SVC, Elspeth Mizner

Brittany McMillan

Posted by Alexander Byers on Wed, Jul 27, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

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“There were a lot of reasons I picked Saint Vincent to be the school for me. But the deciding factor was the day I went on my tour. I met with Dr. Martincic (Computer Information Science department chairperson) and it happened to be Halloween. She had an Android costume on that she had made. This showed me that this school had a personality and I would be happy here.”-Brittany McMillan

Topics: Humans of SVC, Alexander Byers, Get Acquainted Day, Brittany McMillan, Computer Information Science

Sharon Nincke

Posted by Alexander Byers on Mon, Jul 25, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

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“Saint Vincent College is much more than just a place to further my education; it is my second home. When I was six months old, I attended a day care held on campus. During middle school and high school, I volunteered at the Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve, Campus Ministry and the Admission Office. Also, during high school, I was a pre-college student at Saint Vincent. I was enrolled in core classes as a junior and senior in high school. You can say I grew up with Saint Vincent; it is in my blood. As a result, it was a natural choice to attend Saint Vincent upon graduation from high school. Saint Vincent is truly an institution I love.”

-Sharon Nincke

Topics: Campus Ministry, Saint Vincent College, Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve, Humans of SVC, Alexander Byers, Sharon Nincke

Peter Santiago

Posted by Alexander Byers on Fri, Jul 22, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

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“Within every person there is an unfathomable interior castle, a heart that longs for love, a search for ultimate fulfillment. The question is: How will you fill your castle? How will you fulfill the longings of your heart? Where will the search bring you? Hopefully, the answer to all of these questions is Christ and his infinite love for you. You’re in my prayers.

-Peter Santiago

Topics: Humans of SVC, Alexander Byers, Peter Santiago, Love

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Humans of SVC gives you a glimpse into the lives of Saint Vincent College students, faculty and staff with weekly photos and story updates.

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Photographer

Cristy Marsh is a sophomore communication major with a minor in photography. She is the Treasurer of Saint Vincent’s club MAD COMM, a staff photographer for the college’s paper The Review, and a student photographer for the communication and marketing office. Outside of school, Cristy’s family owns five horses and she barrel races competitively. Cristy is also in the midst of starting her own photography business “Cristy Mae Photography” and specializes in senior portraits.

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Colin McLaughlin is a senior Communication major at Saint Vincent College. He is the Chairperson of the Activities Programming Board and an Admissions Ambassador. Through Colin’s involvement at Saint Vincent College, he has learned the importance of the Benedictine value of Community and loves working to bring the campus together. Colin is very excited to be a part of the blog Humans of SVC as the Managing Editor! 

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