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John Milliken

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As part of its Spring Open House, Northeast Catholic College students, visitors, and members of the wider community came together on Saturday, March 17, and Sunday, March 18, to enjoy a performance of Reginald Rose’s Twelve Angry Jurors. Under the skillful direction of James Larson ‘19, and assistant director Georgiana Stanley-Yarbrough, ‘19, the Saint Genesius Players told the story of a man tried...
Northeast Catholic College alumnus Br. Stephen Camara, MIC, ‘16, visited the college on Monday, March 11, to present a talk for current students about discerning one’s vocation in life. In the talk, entitled “Becoming Mercy”, Br. Camara discussed his own personal faith journey, relating the spiritual struggles that he has overcome with God’s help, and how...
In the fall of 2018, Northeast Catholic College established a rowing club for its students.  After kicking off with a trip on Lake Sunapee, regular training began in January 2019, on indoor rowing machines (ergometers), under the direction of trainer Brenda Balenger.  In the spring, the club will start to compete on the water. The rowing club is...
On Tuesday, February 12, Northeast Catholic College hosted a workshop on job interviews as part of the college’s Career Pathways Program.  Debbie Harne, Career Pathways Coordinator, gave students advice and answered their questions about job interviews, drawing on her own experience as a recruiter for a management consulting firm. Students learned about common interview questions,...
On Friday, February 8, Northeast Catholic College hosted Fr. Brian Dunkle, S.J., as part of the college’s Friday Night Lecture series. Fr. Dunkle, who is the Assistant Professor of Historical Theology in the School of Ministry and Theology at Boston College, lectured on “The Eyes of Faith in Early Christian Literature.”  Drawing on the writings of the...
On Saturday, February 9, Northeast Catholic College had its first Iconography class of the semester.  Students in Iconography learn the skills necessary to create beautiful icons, as well as the spiritual component of icon-painting.  By the end of the semester, they each will have completed an icon. “Iconography is a very prayerful and meditative process. One of...
As part of its Career Pathways Program, Northeast Catholic College hosted Mr. Michael Casey on Thursday night, January 31, as he talked to students about how to land their dream job. Mr. Casey, who has had twenty-two jobs over the last fifty-two years, and who now works as a volunteer after successfully operating his own online...