LGBTQIA discussion confronts discrimination

LGBTQIA discussion confronts discrimination

October 21, 2014

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief Entering the world as a member of the LGBTQIA community is almost always a turbulent process. For many LGBTQIA youth,… Read More ›

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LGBTQIA discussion confronts discrimination

LGBTQIA discussion confronts discrimination

October 21, 2014 0 comments

by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief Entering the world as a member of the LGBTQIA community is almost always a turbulent process. For many LGBTQIA youth,… Read More ›

SMC alumni take the stage at 10th annual Lit Crawl

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by Sofia Jeremias | Assistant News Editor On Saturday, Oct. 18, literary enthusiasts made their way through San Francisco’s Mission District for the tenth annual… Read More ›

Beyond the Bubble | October 21, 2014

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Missing Parrot Returns Home with Spanish Accent Four years ago, an African Gray Parrot named Nigel managed to escape its owner and went missing. Nigel’s… Read More ›

Crime Beat | October 21, 2014

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10/9/2014 11:25 a.m. Incident: Vehicle Accident Synopsis: Non-injury parties involved exchanged information in Filippi Parking Lot; closed 10/9/2014 5:37 p.m. Incident: Theft Synopsis: Two accounting… Read More ›

Campus Calendar | October 21, 2014

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One Planet Film Festival Tuesday, October 21 6:30 p.m. Galileo 201 Contact Kenneth Worthy kaw9@stmarys-ca.edu Catalina Torres Night  to Remember Tuesday, October 21 6:00-7:00 p.m.… Read More ›

Opinion

Columbus Day has ongoing unethical connotations

Columbus Day has ongoing unethical connotations

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by Jacob Turnrose | Contributing Writer Last Monday, I woke up and grudgingly checked my iPhone calendar, knowing what I would see. Sure enough, it marked… Read More ›

Activist Malala Yousafzai joins legion of female role models in Nobel Peace Prize

Activist Malala Yousafzai joins legion of female role models in Nobel Peace Prize

October 21, 2014 1 comment

by Ashwin Srinivasan | Contributing Writer On Oct. 10, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Malala Yousafzai (along with Kailash Satyarthi). At only 17, she… Read More ›

California’s “Yes Means Yes” passes

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by Meg Birgen | Contributing Writer On Sept. 28, California Governor Jerry Brown approved SB-967, popularly referred to as the “Yes Means Yes Bill.”  The basic… Read More ›

Opposing Opinions: to brunch or not to brunch?

Opposing Opinions: to brunch or not to brunch?

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Is brunch the best thing since sliced bread, or is it killing America? We debate. Brunch is Great: Brunch is a time to treat yourself and… Read More ›

Breast cancer awareness is not as valuable as a donation

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by Katie Walsh | Business Manager October usually brings the thought of crisp autumn leaves, pumpkin patches, and Halloween festivities. But along with these things,… Read More ›

Culture

Indigenous Peoples’ Day replaces Columbus Day in Berkeley

Indigenous Peoples’ Day replaces Columbus Day in Berkeley

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by Brandon English | Contributing Writer With regards to Columbus Day, many often forget to acknowledge the true pioneers of this country: the indigenous people… Read More ›

Mixtapes, perserverance and success lead to Childish Gambino’s “STN MTN/Kauai”

Mixtapes, perserverance and success lead to Childish Gambino’s “STN MTN/Kauai”

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by Justin Gold | Staff Writer Comedian. Actor. Rapper. Singer. Producer. Writer. Rarely do these words combine to perfectly describe an individual’s skill set, but… Read More ›

Shake up your snacks with mason jar salads

Shake up your snacks with mason jar salads

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by Alexander Wu | Contributing Writer If you talk to any student on campus, what would be one of their top problems? If you said,… Read More ›

Saint Mary’s fall production preview: “Anyone Can Whistle”

Saint Mary’s fall production preview: “Anyone Can Whistle”

October 14, 2014 0 comments

by Brandon English | Staff Writer Scandal, music, and comedy come to campus with the Saint Mary’s fall production of “Anyone Can Whistle.”  The Saint… Read More ›

Midterm break is an opportunity to explore the area

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by Jose Basulto | Staff Writer It’s that time in the semester when students can hopefully say they have finally settled into a routine. Lots… Read More ›

Sports

Men’s soccer splits opening WCC road games

Men’s soccer splits opening WCC road games

October 21, 2014 0 comments

by Daniel Conmy | Sports Editor Road games are always difficult, and this is amplified when conference play starts. The Saint Mary’s men’s soccer team… Read More ›

Men’s basketball team predicted to be a fierce WCC competitor

Men’s basketball team predicted to be a fierce WCC competitor

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by Kevin Brown | Staff Writer In three weeks, the men’s basketball team will open the 2014-2015 season with a few new faces. Transfers Desmond… Read More ›

Volleyball fights to win first two conference play matches of the season

Volleyball fights to win first two conference play matches of the season

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by Dimitri Quaglierini | Assistant Sports Editor Struggles for the women’s volleyball these past few weeks have been noted, but victories at Portland and Gonzaga… Read More ›

NHL preview and predictions

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by Allie Steele | Contributing Writer This NHL season will be full of excitement. The race to the finals will take a lot of twists… Read More ›

Men’s soccer wins a thriller against Pacific

Men’s soccer wins a thriller against Pacific

October 14, 2014 0 comments

by Daniel Conmy | Sports Editor Saint Mary’s was able to pick up a victory against University of the Pacific Tigers. The 1-0 game had… Read More ›