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Shannon O’Reilly

Posted by Megan Paullet on Fri, Apr 22, 2016 @ 12:00 PM

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“I’ve had the chance to be both a little sister and a big sister for two years each while being up here. Plus, it’s cool to have a brother in the monastery. So I guess that ‘being an O’Reilly’ means to me that I’m never alone, and that’s fundamentally what a family is all about.”

-Shannon O’Reilly

Topics: Saint Vincent College, Humans of SVC, Megan Paullet, Shannon O’Reilly

Kaura Bassegio & Brendon Masten

Posted by Megan Paullet on Sat, Mar 19, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

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“My favorite Saint Vincent memory together would be every time I watch you play lacrosse. I like to cheer you on and I’ve been watching you play for a long time now and to see you win is always nice, too.” 

-Kaura Bassegio

“I would say that my favorite Saint Vincent memory together would be move-in day freshman year because it was a completely different experience. I knew she was going to be right down the hall from me and it was just completely different to know that the next four years we would be a lot closer than we were before.”

-Brendon Masten 

 

Check out our freshman residence hall, St. Benedict, with community-style pods for men and for women.

Topics: Humans of SVC, Megan Paullet, Kaura Bassegio, St. Benedict, Brendon Masten

Ally Frye

Posted by Megan Paullet on Tue, Feb 23, 2016 @ 04:00 PM
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“How could I ever possibly pick one favorite moment? I feel like every single day I spent abroad is among my favorite days of my life. The biggest attraction of Ireland to me was the scenery. Every single time I walked outside, no matter where I was, I was just awestruck by how beautiful the country is. I don't know I've ever felt closer to God than I did in Ireland looking at the beauty of everything he's created. Studying abroad and seeing all of these things really makes you realize how big the world is, and how little you are and how insignificant the things you worry about are. There's so much more out there.”

 
-Ally Frye
 

Topics: Humans of SVC, Megan Paullet, Ally Frye

Charlie Russo

Posted by Megan Paullet on Wed, Feb 17, 2016 @ 04:00 PM
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“I think my biggest challenge of being at Saint Vincent is being so far away from home. My parents live about five hours away, sometimes it's tough being up here. For example, we had a scrimmage yesterday and we didn’t play too well and those are times where I really want to talk to my parents and be around them, but you kind of just have to toughen up and I think that’s what makes Saint Vincent so great. The camaraderie here, everyone is so close and it’s such a tight-knit campus that it’s kind of a blessing in disguise not having your family around but being able to have your second family, your teammates, your friends, the Saint Vincent population.”
 
-Charlie Russo, senior lacrosse player
 

Topics: Charlie Russo, Humans of SVC, Megan Paullet, lacrosse

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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.

Managing Editor

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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