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Of Sledding and Rut-dwelling

Posted by Nathan DelMaramo on Wed, Jan 27, 2016 @ 16:01 PM

I don't remember the last time I went sledding. Or rather, I don't remember the last time I went sledding before this past Saturday. Covered in a beautiful blanket of snow, the many slopes of Saint Vincent's campus provide ideal spots for this winter activity. While the heavy snowfall has had a huge impact on the Northeast this past weekend, I would say that Saint Vincent is quite fortunate to have received it without the biting winds that often cut through campus and through even the thickest winter coats.

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Topics: Saint Vincent College, Nathan DelMaramo, Breaking Routines, Winter, Sledding, Catholic

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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.


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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.

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