Gaels4Justice volunteered at White Pony Express, helping to deliver fresh produce. (Courtesy of Mandy Nakaya)

White Pony Express gives over 3.5 million meals

January 24, 2017

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By Terrilyn Ho | News Editor Everyday, millions of individuals go without food in countries, such as the U.S., that have productive economies. The issue… Read More ›

Students react to presidential election result

Students react to presidential election result

November 15, 2016

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By Eliana Batrez & Jacob Turnrose | Asst. News Editor & Opinion Editor On Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 12:30 p.m., a group of students, faculty, and… Read More ›

News

Diversity training proposed and approved for all faculty

Diversity training proposed and approved for all faculty

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Terrilyn Ho | News Editor On Thursday, Feb. 16, the Academic Senate voted and approved a proposed resolution that called for mandatory diversity training… Read More ›

#NoDAPL teach-in addresses threats to environmental justice

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Zayra Rivera | Copy Editor Our first week back in the spring semester was met by the Spring Involvement Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 15.… Read More ›

Travel ban hits home

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Jacob Turnrose | Opinion Editor Siavash Saadlou, an international student from Iran, is currently back in the United States after concerns over his re-entry… Read More ›

Mamaism celebrates women empowerment and spirituality

January 31, 2017 0 comments

By Jacob Turnrose | Opinion Editor Members of The Development of Women’s Spirituality, a Jan Term class, held an event in Dante Quad on Wednesday… Read More ›

QR scanners require a smartphone-enabled app to access information. Time and resources are expected to be cut due to the evolution of technology. (Terrilyn Ho/COLLEGIAN)

QR scanners replacing lists outside classrooms

January 31, 2017 0 comments

By Jacob Turnrose | Opinion Editor The start of each new semester is destined to be rough from the get go. There are always students… Read More ›

Opinion

Richard Spencer’s punch: Liberals swing back

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Victor Jaimes | Staff Writer James Baldwin once said, “We can disagree and still love each other, unless your disagreement is rooted in my… Read More ›

SNL adds apt humor

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Rita Anderson | Opinion Columnist Satire exaggerates what is going on in the media, in context of topical issues, controversial topics, and politics. It is… Read More ›

UC Berkeley students protest for free speech movement in 1964. (Courtesy of Picture This)

Berkeley protests are “silencing the gays”

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Nathaniel Schultz | Opinion Columnist It’s 2017 for gays’ sake, homophobia was supposed to stop with the legalization of gay marriage. You would think that… Read More ›

The Festival debuted “An Inconvenient Sequel.”  (Photo courtesy of The Independent)

Sundance Film Festival gives a rewarding life experience

January 31, 2017 0 comments

By Peter Cramer | Contributing Writer I was drawn to the Sundance Film Festival because I like movies. I’ve always had an obsession with movies.… Read More ›

Unbloomed Flowers

January 31, 2017 0 comments

By Ericka Lacsamana | Staff Poet Flowers that haven’t bloomed Closed off from the world Shying away not wanting to show their beauty Flowers that haven’t… Read More ›

Culture

Twenty One Pilots deliver a high-energy, heartful, and entertaining show to audiences across the country. (Photo courtesy of And Pop)

Twenty One Pilots deliver jaw-dropping performances across the USA

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Robert Garcia and Lina Mafi | Contributing Writers The band Twenty One Pilots (TOP) was formed in Columbus, Ohio in 2009 with current lead… Read More ›

HBO’s “The Young Pope” displays Catholic church life

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Carson King | Contributing Writer “The Young Pope,” Paolo Sorrentino’s extraordinary Italian-produced drama, takes the Catholic Church and its central hub of the Vatican… Read More ›

Jasmine Fine Thai Cuisine brings classic Thai flavors, such as lemongrass and kefirr lime, to South Bay residents. (Photo courtesy of Yelp)

Jasmine Fine Thai brings cultural flair to South Bay palettes

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Ramya Ramamoorthy | Staff Writer Want to go on a day trip across the Bay Area? While you’re in the South Bay, Jasmine Fine Thai… Read More ›

James Baldwin’s words find their immortality in the film. (Photo courtesy of Austin Film)

“I Am Not Your Negro” inspires viewers

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Zoe Loos | Contributing Writer Lights begin to dim until the room goes black. Eye muscles ache slightly from the change in brightness. Anticipation, excitement,… Read More ›

Why the days after Valentine’s Days are the best days for everyone

Why the days after Valentine’s Days are the best days for everyone

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor Valentine’s Day is easily the most controversial holiday of any calendar year. Social media, as always, offers itself up… Read More ›

Sports

Drawing the line when it comes to fan heckling

Drawing the line when it comes to fan heckling

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Kimberly paschal | Sports Editor On Saturday, Feb. 11, McKeon Pavilion filled with more than 3,500 excited fans to watch the game every Gaels… Read More ›

Women’s basketball splits games against LMU and BYU

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Dean Boerner | Sports Editor At this point in the Gaels season, they either overcome their high turnover totals, or they don’t. In a… Read More ›

Gaels bounce back with wins over LMU and BYU

Gaels bounce back with wins over LMU and BYU

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Alex Crook | Staff Writer Log-jammed in their toughest two-week stretch of the season, the Gaels came away with impressive victories over LMU and… Read More ›

ESPN College Gameday puts Saint Mary’s in national spotlight

ESPN College Gameday puts Saint Mary’s in national spotlight

February 21, 2017 0 comments

By Alex Crook | Staff Writer Despite residing in a location where the phrase “college town” have never seen the light of day, Saint Mary’s… Read More ›

Russell Westbrook may only be a top-five player, but he’s a top-one fashionista. (Courtesy of GQ)

The top-five NBA players to start a franchise with, in no specific order

January 31, 2017 0 comments

By Kimberly Paschal | Sports Editor The 2016-2017 NBA season has been a rollercoaster that took fans on a ride from Kevin Durant deciding to… Read More ›