Open forum allows students to share their stories of financial struggles

Open forum allows students to share their stories of financial struggles

May 13, 2014

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by Paola Vergara | Staff Writer For many of students, college life is a challenge. Beside the stress of classes and finals and dealing with… Read More ›

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Open forum allows students to share their stories of financial struggles

Open forum allows students to share their stories of financial struggles

May 13, 2014 0 comments

by Paola Vergara | Staff Writer For many of students, college life is a challenge. Beside the stress of classes and finals and dealing with… Read More ›

Committee creates safe spaces for diversity in pursuing inclusive excellence

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by Sara DeSantis | Editor-in-Chief What is inclusive excellence?  It may seem like a complex and fancy word; however, inclusive excellence is not very complex… Read More ›

Where Saint Mary’s stands compared to White House sexual assault task force

Where Saint Mary’s stands compared to White House sexual assault task force

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief Sexual assault is not an easily approachable topic. It is oftentimes difficult to address sexual assault among peers or loved… Read More ›

Humans vs. Zombies game combines NERF guns, tag, and zombies

Humans vs. Zombies game combines NERF guns, tag, and zombies

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by CJ Cosas | News Editor Starting last Wednesday, an epic battle for the fate of Saint Mary’s College took place as human survivors fought… Read More ›

SMC Jazz Band plays its last huzzah for the 2014 school year

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by James Scolamieri | Staff Writer The Jazz Band had its final on-campus performance of the year on Friday, May 9.  Band Director and MC… Read More ›

Opinion

What we eat impacts the environment in which we live

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by Mia Castro | Contributing Writer With Earth Day behind us, now is arguably the most important time to pay attention to our relationship with… Read More ›

Thoughts on checking your privilege

Thoughts on checking your privilege

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by Justher Gutierrez | Staff Writer You may have seen the piece floating around. “Checking My Privilege,” the headline reads. Princeton student Tal Fortgang submitted… Read More ›

Technology is not simply an anti-social device for youth

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by Oliver Reyes | Staff Writer Gary Turk’s video “Look Up” went viral last week, and had a lot to say about technology’s negative impact… Read More ›

Letter to the Editor regarding “Saint Mary’s and the Lamorinda area dissatisfy students”

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Dear Editors, We (two fellow classmates and I) would like to respond to the article written by James Scolamieri, in which he posed the question… Read More ›

Voluntourism: imperfect system with potential

Voluntourism: imperfect system with potential

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by Lauren Lorge | Staff Writer There is a new trend emerging with vacationing called voluntourism, where individuals pay to travel to another country, not… Read More ›

Culture

Senior portraits 101: advice from a photographer

Senior portraits 101: advice from a photographer

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by Andee McKenzie | Staff Writer Senior year: it’s time for those funny hats with a square on top of them, long gowns, a moment… Read More ›

“The Neighbors” is funny and real: Summer’s newest comedy is worth it for college students

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by Alexa Gambero | Copy Editor When a fraternity moves in next door to a young couple with a newborn baby, a war between neighbors… Read More ›

Ingrid Michaelson rocks audience with quirky concert

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by Lauren Lorge | Staff Writer On May 5 in Oakland, Ingrid Michaelson fans filled the Fox Theater as Ingrid graced the stage, promoting her… Read More ›

Brian Jonestown Massacre revives talent

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by James Scolamieri | Staff Writer Thursday night at the Fox Theater in Oakland, three San Franciscans, the original members of a band known as… Read More ›

Country concerts take summer

Country concerts take summer

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by Mahsa Dinyari | Culture Editor Summer is right around the corner, and what better way to celebrate hot weather, good company, and a night… Read More ›

Sports

49ers, Raiders make fitting moves in draft

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by Kevin Brown | Staff Writer The 2014 NFL Draft ended Saturday with record TV ratings on both ESPN and NFL Network, and the Bay… Read More ›

World Cup to shine in Brazil, USA face tough path in group play

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by Dimitri Quaglierini | Contributing Writer There are 29 days until the start of one of the most exhilarating and thrilling sporting events in the world:… Read More ›

Team reflection: Jackie Nared to play in Italy

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by Carli Rosenthal | Basketball Player Jackie Nared, a senior guard who just finished her senior season here at Saint Mary’s left her mark on the… Read More ›

Saint Mary’s crushes Lindenwood in semifinals

Saint Mary’s crushes Lindenwood in semifinals

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by Daniel Conmy | Sports Editor Saint Mary’s Rugby continued its undefeated season in the semifinals at Pat Vincent Field, here in Moraga, California. The… Read More ›

Julien to play in NCAA singles tournament

Julien to play in NCAA singles tournament

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by Emilio Buenrostro | Assistant Sports Editor Thanks to succesful fall and spring seasons, senior Jenny Jullien will compete in her second straight NCAA Singles… Read More ›