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Saint Vincent College is a welcoming environment, sharing the core values of the Benedictine tradition, especially hospitality, community, love, prayer and respect for the dignity of all.
Founded in 1848 by Boniface Wimmer, a monk from Bavaria, we are the first Benedictine college in the United States. Saint Vincent College has striven to embody the ideals and character of the 1,500-year-old heritage of Benedictine education. For 170 years, the monks of Saint Vincent have exemplified and carried on this living Benedictine tradition.
Adam Burgh is a junior History major with a minor in secondary education. He graduated from Canon-McMillan High School in 2013. At Saint Vincent, he is a research assistant at the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media while being a Fred Rogers Scholar. He also serves as a history tutor for the History Department. In his free time, he enjoys reading, spending time with friends and learning as much history as possible!
On this blog, current students write about everyday life on the campus of Saint Vincent College, a private, liberal arts college located in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
About the Authors
Michael Brinker, junior communication major, currently in Orlando, working with the Disney College Program.
Amanda MacMurtrie transferred to Saint Vincent as a sophomore studying English with a minor in Theology. Transferring to a new school is not the easiest thing in the world, but she is steadily finding a home on this beautiful Benedictine campus. Between enjoying life in community, balancing books for fun and books for class, and finding little corners of beauty, Amanda is discovering a few joys of life at Saint Vincent College.