Anita Hill discussed how issues of sexual harassment have shifted from her time to current day.  (Courtesy of Megan Collins)

Activist Anita Hill visits Saint Mary’s campus

March 28, 2017

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By Eliana Batrez | Assistant News Editor On Thursday, March 23, Professor Anita Hill of Brandeis University visited Saint Mary’s to talk to a crowd… Read More ›

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Anita Hill discussed how issues of sexual harassment have shifted from her time to current day.  (Courtesy of Megan Collins)

Activist Anita Hill visits Saint Mary’s campus

March 28, 2017 0 comments

By Eliana Batrez | Assistant News Editor On Thursday, March 23, Professor Anita Hill of Brandeis University visited Saint Mary’s to talk to a crowd… Read More ›

The Bash is an annual event that has been going on for twelve years and honors the LGBTQ+ community. (Courtesy of @stmarysca)

The BASH celebrates LGBTQ+ pride with performances

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By Terrilyn Ho | News Editor Cultural Nights strive to highlight the historical milestones, customs, and contemporary issues of six historically underrepresented and traditionally marginalized… Read More ›

Faculty holds various opinions on diversity training

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By Jacob Turnrose | Opinion Editor On Thursday, Feb. 16, the Academic Senate, composed of faculty members, voted on and approved a resolution that proposed making… Read More ›

De-Stress Fest gives students a break in the midst of  midterm week

De-Stress Fest gives students a break in the midst of midterm week

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Adriana Avila | Staff Writer On Tuesday night, in the midst of midterms week, students relaxed at the first annual “De-Stress Fest.” Admission was free… Read More ›

Armando Arias to visit for Cesar Chaves celebration

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By Jocelyn Arevalo | Contributing Writer Mar. 31 is Cesar Chavez Day, which is a California state holiday that has been celebrated since Barack Obama’s presidency.… Read More ›

Opinion

The mantra of a woman

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By Ericka Lacsamana | Staff Poet I am strong I am clever I belong I forever I am happy I am sad I can be sappy… Read More ›

Sanctuary campus: Our mission should come before money

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By Leora Mosman | Opinion Columnist Following the 2016 presidential election, a widespread panic was palpable across the nations and people woke up to realities… Read More ›

You can definitely be conservative and pro-choice

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By Andrei Simpson-Satchlian | Opinion Columnist On Friday, March 17, 2017, Tomi Lahren, the 24-year old, firebrand conservative of The Blaze network, appeared on “The View”… Read More ›

Collegiate Seminar builds up community

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By Aedan Richter | Staff Writer One of the biggest selling points for me about Saint Mary’s was its unique Seminar program. When applying to… Read More ›

Campus Rec Center implements new sexist dress code

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By Kiana Lei yap | Contributing writer After two months of rainstorms, flooding, and overcast days, the Saint Mary’s community has recently started enjoying this summer-like… Read More ›

Culture

Beauty and the Beast received mixed responses from critics, but $700 million world wide box office proves overall positive reception to the live action remake. (Courtesy of Conversations About Her)

Beauty and the Beast reboot amazes around the world

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By Natasha Yerramilli | Contributing Writer I was excited to see the movie Beauty and the Beast; many viewers were looking forward to Emma Watson’s… Read More ›

Mass Effect: Preview of next Andromeda Galaxy game

Mass Effect: Preview of next Andromeda Galaxy game

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By Kali Kushner | Assistant Culture Editor As of March 21, BioWare’s newest addition to the Mass Effect series, titled “Mass Effect: Andromeda,” will hit… Read More ›

Me, college, and my dog

Me, college, and my dog

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor I have learned a lot of things since coming to college. Approximately how long you can go without doing… Read More ›

Buffy The Vampire’s 20 years of slaying

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By Jessica Fahner | Contributing Writer On March 10, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” celebrated its 20th anniversary. Twenty years ago, in 1997, the underrated show… Read More ›

Why Vitality Bowls should be your new favorite snack spot

Why Vitality Bowls should be your new favorite snack spot

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor If you’ve lived in California for more than a week, you’ve probably been invited out for juice. Whether it’s… Read More ›

Sports

Manuel De Luis Lamelas came through in the clutch to help push Saint Mary’s over LMU for their the victory. (Courtesy of smcgaels.com)

Women’s, men’s tennis both go 1-1 in exciting weekend

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By Dean Boerner | Sports Editor With both teams starting conference play against LMU and Pepperdine, last week didn’t lack in excitement for each of… Read More ›

Joey Fiske went 7-15 to end up on a six-game hitting streak. (Courtesy of smcgaels.com)

Baseball begins conference play on high note, sweeps Portland

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By Dean Boerner | Sports Editor Despite some rain and Friday’s game turning into a game one of a Saturday doubleheader, Saint Mary’s began WCC… Read More ›

Katie Moss dominated in the Gaels 3-2 win against Princeton with a season-high of 13 strikeouts in 10 innings. (Courtesy of SMC Gaels)

Softball falls to Wildcats, splits game versus Princeton

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By Kimberly Paschal | Sports Editor The Saint Mary’s softball team returned home Tuesday for a contest against the Northwestern Wildcats (11-14). The Gaels fell… Read More ›

Hunter Rappleye (Courtesy of smcgaels)

Rappleye looks fore-ward

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By Zayra Rivera | Copy Editor All-American Scholar Hunter Rappleye has made a name for himself at Saint Mary’s College playing golf. From the tranquil… Read More ›

The 49ers front office has been very active early in there tenures trying to turn around a struggling franchise.  (Courtesy of 49ers.com)

49ers front-office shakeup a step in the right direction

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By Ryan Moyle | Staff Writer Throughout their history, the San Francisco 49ers have been considered one of the greatest football dynasties of all time,… Read More ›