Gaels4Justice volunteered at White Pony Express, helping to deliver fresh produce. (Courtesy of Mandy Nakaya)

White Pony Express gives over 3.5 million meals

January 24, 2017

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By Terrilyn Ho | News Editor Everyday, millions of individuals go without food in countries, such as the U.S., that have productive economies. The issue… Read More ›

Students react to presidential election result

Students react to presidential election result

November 15, 2016

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By Eliana Batrez & Jacob Turnrose | Asst. News Editor & Opinion Editor On Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 12:30 p.m., a group of students, faculty, and… Read More ›

News

Beyond the Bubble: Jan. 24, 2017

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Women’s March Breaks Records After Inauguration In Washington D.C. and cities across the world, voices were being raised in the aftermath of the inauguration. Women… Read More ›

New art installation draws attention to police brutality

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By Jacob Turnrose | Opinion Editor “The Silencing of Black Bodies: #BlackLivesMatter,” is currently on display in Gallery 160, located accross the Soda Center, until… Read More ›

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Inauguration aftermath: Women’s March in SF

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By Frances Fontanilla | Contributing Writer In reaction to Friday’s Inauguration, a Women’s March was planned for Washington D.C. Sister marches sprang up in major… Read More ›

Gaels4Justice volunteered at White Pony Express, helping to deliver fresh produce. (Courtesy of Mandy Nakaya)

White Pony Express gives over 3.5 million meals

January 24, 2017 0 comments

By Terrilyn Ho | News Editor Everyday, millions of individuals go without food in countries, such as the U.S., that have productive economies. The issue… Read More ›

Flooding and storms affected many parts of California. (Courtesy of GoldenIsles.news)

Large storm results in campus-wide power outage and fallen tree

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By Eliana Batrez | Assistant News Editor On Tuesday, Jan. 10, around 6:15 p.m., Saint Mary’s experienced a campus-wide power outage. The power outage lasted… Read More ›

Opinion

President Obama‘s  legacy is debated by both  parties. (Courtesy of The White House)

Opposing views: Barack Obama’s legacy

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President Obama’s “nice guy” act and inability to compromise plagued his presidency By Andrei Simpson-Satchlian | Contributing Writer Some on the right have ignorantly stated that… Read More ›

Inaugural Reflection

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By Megan Collins | Contributing Writer “George Washington knew that the inauguration of the second president was more important than the inauguration of the first,”… Read More ›

Surgeons perform an organ transplant on one of the thousands of patients on the waiting lists. (Photo courtesy of New York Magazine)

France’s new organ donor policy saves lives

January 18, 2017 0 comments

By Gabby Vanacore | Opinion Editor At sixteen, when we all go to the DMV to get our license, we are asked if we want… Read More ›

County Connection bus  getting ready to deliver people to and from wherever they need to go. (Photo courtesy of County Connection)

Opposing views: The County Connection bus system

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Anti-Bus: County Connection is always late, it’s bumpy, stop is far away and inconvenient, not worth it By Aedan Richter | Staff Writer The thing… Read More ›

Women’s health under attack

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By Josie Howatt | Staff Writer In an interview with Trevor Noah on Jan. 12, president of Planned Parenthood Cecile Richards related that in the… Read More ›

Culture

Ultimate Jan Term playlist

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By Adriana Avila | Staff Writer Is campus a little too quiet for you? The good thing is that you can change that. All you… Read More ›

Emma Watson and Dan Stevens embrace two of Walt Disney’s most beloved characters in live-action. (Courtesy of Digital Spy)

“Beauty and the Beast” trailers leave viewers awestruck

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By Natasha Yerramilli | Contributing Writer Disney’s live action “Beauty and the Beast,” coming out later this year, is a great way to kick off… Read More ›

Part of Tower of Power hit by train

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By Carson King | Contributing Writer A highlight of my first Jan Term at Saint Mary’s College was seeing the legendary East Bay R&B group… Read More ›

Viewers said a sad goodbye during the series’ final episode. (Courtesy of Neon Tommy)

BBC’s “Sherlock” comes to a conclusion

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By Aedan Richter | Staff Writer Tight situations, fast thinking, brilliant opponents, and the occasional witty remark were ever present in the final “Sherlock” episode.… Read More ›

Queer anime is history on ice

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By Kimi Schiefer | Staff Writer Dealing an unprecedented blow to critics that say that LGBTQIA+ representation has a negative effect on viewership, the anime… Read More ›

Sports

Men’s tennis kicks off spring season with dominance

Men’s tennis kicks off spring season with dominance

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By Dean Boerner | Sports Editor Men’s tennis started their spring season early last week after over two months of inaction following a successful fall… Read More ›

Calvin Hermanson and Joe Rahon led the Gaels in their victories over Pacific and Pepperdine, respectively.  (Courtesy of SMC Gaels)

Gaels roll through Pacific, Pepperdine in home stand

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By Kimberly Paschal | Sports Editor After a three-game road trip, No. 23 Saint Mary’s returned home Thursday for a match against University of the… Read More ›

Devon Brookshire led all scorers with 17 points to lift the Gaels over the Waves on Saturday. (Courtesy of SMC Gaels)

Gaels demonstrate solid defense in two road match-ups

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By Dean Boerner | Sports Editor Thanks to two rock-solid defensive performances on the road last week, Saint Mary’s came away victorious in both of… Read More ›

Social media in NFL Playoffs: Hurting or helping football?

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By Dj Pfefferkorn | Staff Writer Ever since Brian Bosworth essentially formed the term “modern athlete” from his radical hairstyles and tactics throughout his football… Read More ›

Jock Landale scored eight points and snagged six rebounds before fouling out with three minutes to play in the Gaels’ 79-56 loss to the Bulldogs on Saturday night.  (Courtesy of SMC Gaels)

Gaels hammer Pilots but fall to Gonzaga on the road

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By Alex Crook | Staff Writer While there will be no reciprocation of last year’s regular season sweep over Gonzaga, No. 21 Saint Mary’s made… Read More ›