Peace Out! A community prayer for peace

Peace Out! A community prayer for peace

September 16, 2014

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by CJ Cosas | News Editor Peace is, perhaps, one of the highest aspirations that any single person may seek to confer as their personal… Read More ›

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Peace Out! A community prayer for peace

Peace Out! A community prayer for peace

September 16, 2014 0 comments

by CJ Cosas | News Editor Peace is, perhaps, one of the highest aspirations that any single person may seek to confer as their personal… Read More ›

Dr. Cornel West to speak in SMC keynote presentation

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by Jocelyn Hernandez | Contributing Writer Philosopher, activist, and public figure Dr. Cornel West will speak at Saint Mary’s College next month. West will be… Read More ›

One Planet Film Festival calls for change

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by Sofia Jeremias | Contributing Writer Students gathered in Galileo 201 on Tues., Sept. 9 to watch a short film, “How Wolves Change Rivers” and… Read More ›

SMCares begins campaign to unite the class of 2018

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by Tiffani Saechou | Contributing Writer From the moment Saint Mary’s College of California’s Class of 2018 arrived at the Redwood Grove for the annual… Read More ›

Beyond the Bubble | September 16, 2014

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Rare sea turtle found near Golden Gate Bridge On Sept. 6, salmon fishermen accidentally caught an endangered green sea turtle in their nets just outside… Read More ›

Opinion

Nude photo scandal snaps victim-blaming practices

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by Erin Rhaodes | Contributing Writer The recent hacking that led to the theft of celebrities’ personal photos is being called a scandal, but not… Read More ›

With tough skin and a sharp tongue, Joan Rivers broke down show business gender barriers

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by Josie Howatt | Contributing Writer With the recent and unexpected death of one of the most controversial comedic figures of the past several decades,… Read More ›

A first year student’s perspective on WoW experience

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by Gabby Vanacore | Contributing Writer After several hundred icebreakers, hours of meetings and lectures, and a slightly hyped up carnival, the famous Weekend of… Read More ›

“Watch” for a new Apple product

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by Oliver Reyes | Staff Writer The Apple Watch was announced at Apple’s highly anticipated media event last week, and though I wasn’t completely blown… Read More ›

Oakland mayoral race close to being a free-for-all

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by Jennifer Stanley | Contributing Writer With the Oakland Mayor ballot coming up in November, all eyes have been drawing to the spectacle that is… Read More ›

Culture

Wiz wheezes unoriginal crowd-pleaser album

Wiz wheezes unoriginal crowd-pleaser album

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by Justin Gold | Contributing Writer On the eve of the release of his latest album, “Blacc Hollywood,” Wiz Khalifa found himself in an intriguing… Read More ›

Greatest fashion minds showcase upcoming spring looks

Greatest fashion minds showcase upcoming spring looks

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by Jose Basulto | Staff Writer Spring 2015 showed its colors on Sept. 4 to Sept. 11 during the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York… Read More ›

Booming beats for the kickoff of the school year

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by Kate Maccariello | Staff Writer To give a more eclectic twist to this week’s playlist, try out these songs that you may not have… Read More ›

Quarreling with your roommate? Five tips for calm living situations

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by Fabian Guzman | Contributing Writer What better way to start off the new school year than by rooming with your friends? They are close… Read More ›

Professional interview tips and tricks to impress prospective employers

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by Jennifer Stanley | Contributing Writer It’s fall again — that time of the year where employers are looking to hire interns for the school… Read More ›

Sports

Men’s soccer victorious in two hard-earned games

Men’s soccer victorious in two hard-earned games

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by Bella Hall | Contributing Writer The men’s soccer team was down 1-0 at half time against Central Arkansas last Friday afternoon. The heat was… Read More ›

Roger Goodell: a domestic violence bystander

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by Dimitri Quaglierini | Contributing Writer As the 2014 NFL Season kicked off last weekend, many fans were looking forward to an invigorating and exhilarating… Read More ›

NFL week one: Raiders start the Carr, suffer bumpy ride

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by Justin Gold | Contributing Writer As week one of the NFL season got underway, there were lots of moving pieces and question marks on… Read More ›

MLB Rule 7.13: Collision rule explained from Torre

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by Dean Boerner | Contributing Writer On Tuesday, Major League Baseball executive VP Joe Torre sent letters to umpires and all 30 teams attempting to… Read More ›

Wins, upsets, and surprises in NFL week one

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by Tim Choy | Contributing Writer Welcome back football. Repeat? Week 1 of the 2014 NFL season began Sept. 4 with an opener between the… Read More ›