Students break silence in all day walk-out

Students break silence in all day walk-out

May 6, 2016

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by Elizabeth Magno, Sofia Jeremias, Alexa Gambero, & Daniel Conmy | Copy Editor, News Editor, Chief Copy Editor, & Editor-in-Chief Concern for the poor and… Read More ›

Annual Spring Concert takes place in Moraga Commons

Annual Spring Concert takes place in Moraga Commons

May 3, 2016

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by Adriana Avila | Staff Writer Whether it was the food trucks, summer weather, face painting, or catchy music, Moraga Commons was the place to… Read More ›

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Students break silence in all day walk-out

Students break silence in all day walk-out

May 6, 2016 0 comments

by Elizabeth Magno, Sofia Jeremias, Alexa Gambero, & Daniel Conmy | Copy Editor, News Editor, Chief Copy Editor, & Editor-in-Chief Concern for the poor and… Read More ›

Annual Spring Concert takes place in Moraga Commons

Annual Spring Concert takes place in Moraga Commons

May 3, 2016 0 comments

by Adriana Avila | Staff Writer Whether it was the food trucks, summer weather, face painting, or catchy music, Moraga Commons was the place to… Read More ›

Annual One Act Festival goes off-road with the Car Plays

May 3, 2016 0 comments

by Dana Pine | Contributing Writer This weekend concluded the Theatre Program’s One Act Festival, titled The Car Plays, performed over a series of dates… Read More ›

A look at Dr. Carla Bossard; world traveler, scientist, and role model

A look at Dr. Carla Bossard; world traveler, scientist, and role model

May 3, 2016 0 comments

by Sommer Aljishi | Contributing Writer As part of the Biology Department, Carla Bossard has taught January Term travel courses for over 21 years at… Read More ›

Willingham speaks out against mistreatment of college athletes

May 3, 2016 0 comments

by Daniel Conmy | Editor-in-Chief In Claeys Lounge Monday evening, a movie that depicted college athletes getting no education stunned the audience. How can students… Read More ›

Opinion

Reflecting on Obama’s two terms as president

Reflecting on Obama’s two terms as president

May 3, 2016 0 comments

by Kimberly Paschal | Staff Writer President Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States of America, is in the final lap of his presidency.… Read More ›

Birth control needs to be available on campus

May 3, 2016 1 comment

by Robert Dunbar | Staff Writer Saint Mary’s College’s alignment with the Catholic Church on the issues of sex is a shortsighted and unrealistic way to… Read More ›

Adjunct faculty deserve proper treatment

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by Daniel Conmy | Editor-In-Chief While looking for classes in my last semester of college, I noticed an interesting change while registering on GaelXpress: most of… Read More ›

100 Word Rant: Outfit repeating woes

April 26, 2016 0 comments

by Evelyn Minaise | Editor-In-Chief While, yes, I go to the gym, do my makeup, and pick out my outfits for my own satisfaction, I sometimes… Read More ›

200 Word Rant: Producers can be better

April 26, 2016 0 comments

by Daniel Conmy | Editor-In-Chief Sports are an absolute thrill for me to watch and I thoroughly enjoy the live action that it provides, but there… Read More ›

Culture

“Confirmation” provides strong characters and history lesson to those unaware of Anita Hill

May 3, 2016 0 comments

by Gloria Palma | Contributing Writer HBO’s “Confirmation” is another addition to a genre that seems to be permeating television at the moment – historical nonfiction that… Read More ›

College students take on summer break

May 3, 2016 0 comments

by Ramya Ramamoorthy | Staff Writer There’s no more summer homework like how there was in high school, but that doesn’t mean college students aren’t… Read More ›

Concert review: Thao and The Get Down Stay Down

Concert review: Thao and The Get Down Stay Down

May 3, 2016 0 comments

by Jacob Turnrose | Culture Editor “Give me a beat!,” The Seratones’ frontwoman AJ Haynes exuberantly shouts to her drummer, Jesse Gabriel. A common starting… Read More ›

15 experiences unique to being a Saint Mary’s Gael

May 3, 2016 0 comments

by Aedan Richter and Tianna Hansen | Staff Writers 1. Fighting over cup sizes. The cups in Oliver, which every student knows, are ridiculously small. You… Read More ›

An interview with Brother Thomas

May 3, 2016 0 comments

by Ramya Ramamoorthy | Staff Writer The Christian Brothers here at Saint Mary’s College excel at their work, but they also have a life outside… Read More ›

Sports

Saint Mary’s concludes beach season to remember

Saint Mary’s concludes beach season to remember

May 4, 2016 0 comments

by Dean Boerner | Sports Editor In the first WCC championship event for beach volleyball, the Gaels made it as far as the final game… Read More ›

Is Stephen Curry’s injury a blessing in disguise?

Is Stephen Curry’s injury a blessing in disguise?

May 4, 2016 0 comments

by Alex Crook | Assistant Sports Editor The Golden State Warriors have had nothing short of a dream season: they’ve broken records, defied myths, and… Read More ›

Softball drops two vs. Lions

May 4, 2016 0 comments

by Kimberly Paschal | Staff Writer On Saturday, Apr. 30 and Sunday, May 1, the Saint Mary’s softball team battled LMU in a three-game series.… Read More ›

Rugby primed for another title appearance

Rugby primed for another title appearance

May 4, 2016 0 comments

by Dean Boerner | Sports Editor In what’s seemingly becoming a regular occurrence for Saint Mary’s rugby, the Gaels are heading to their third straight… Read More ›

Gaels fall to UCSB, drop Dons twice

Gaels fall to UCSB, drop Dons twice

May 4, 2016 0 comments

by Dean Boerner | Sports Editor Looking to bounce back from a three-game losing streak from the week prior, the Gaels hosted UC Santa Barbara… Read More ›