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On the edge of discovery
Academic freedom protects the ongoing conversation between faith and reason that constitutes the Catholic intellectual tradition. In this issue, we explore the implications of this necessary privilege for a college that is deeply rooted in three core traditions: Catholic, Norbertine, liberal arts.
On the cover: The interplay between his scholarly and extracurricular passions is not lost on Michael Olson (Physics), who will compete in the American Cup Final-Short Track/National Age Group Short Track Championships this spring.
Norbertines, abbot general, Order of Premonstratensians, radical hospitality, Commons, eat, Howard Ebert, liberal arts studies, Shane Kohl, Sabine Hyland, Peruvian, anthropology, Commencement, physics, David Wegge, Tropic Shale, Rebecca McKean, prehistoric, geology, species, toy, roommates, New Mexico, basketball, track and field
St. Norbert College, "Spring 2012: Academic Freedom" (2012). St. Norbert College Magazine 2007-2012. 4.