St. Norbert is well-known in the upper midwest for the high quality liberal arts education it provides its students. The college honors its founder, Bernard H. Pennings, an abbot from one of the teaching orders of the Roman Catholic Church.
300 Grant St, De Pere, WI 54115
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300 Grant Street, De Pere, WI, 54115
Good for: Solo
1600 Lawrence Dr, De Pere, WI 54115
Good for: Business
903 N Broadway, De Pere, Wisconsin, 54115, United States
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Good for: Couples
This unique hotel is located in a renovated stone flour mill built in the 19th century and stands on...more
Pasquale's concentrates on Italian, but has a wide variety of American and International favorites. Good atmosphere, with a beautiful traditional bar and red brick walls. Good variety of entrees on the menu, with many daily specials - good beer and wine list. I stopped here for lunch on my most recent visit to the Fox River Valley, and I'll be back again.
Favorite Dish: I can recommend the Italian dishes. They have a red sauce that I approve of.
It was quite safe and interesting to have a night walk about the students' campus of the college.
Everyone seemed busy even after the classes and the leisure program was diverse.
Dress Code: relaxed
It was nice to visit St.Norbert College and have lectures and seminars in its auditoriums and rooms.
For the first time in my life I could put on a Doctor's gown in the corridor of the college.
I had my picture taken and looked quite serious in the gown, didn't I?
Having meals at the students' canteen at the college campus.
The menu was so various and the dishes so delicious.
Too many edible temptations I must say!
The canteen became the main attraction for us during our stay in the city.
We stayed at the campus of St.Norbert College on the beautiful bank of the River Fox for a week.
We had lectures and seminars like students. It was an introduction before our internship at American schools.
This is the picture of the students' dorms where we stayed.
Each student has a bunch of keys to all possible doors, unlike the Ukrainian students who have only one key - from their room door.
There are good opportunities for playing table tennis and recreation inside the dorms.
We were lucky for at that time we witnessed Homecoming which was on October 9.
It was a very special holiday.
The entire city was flooded by students who organized a show on the city streets.