#BlackLivesMatter: how it all began

#BlackLivesMatter: how it all began

March 17, 2015

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by Ashwin Srinivasan | Staff Writer On Tuesday, March 10, Alicia Garza graced Saint Mary’s College with her presence in the Soda Center. The motivation… Read More ›

The Best Of… Arts & Entertainment | 2015

The Best Of… Arts & Entertainment | 2015

March 10, 2015

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Best Movie Theater New Rheem Theater 350 Park St., Moraga, (925) 388-0751, lamorindatheaters.com The New Rheem Theater is highly underrated and is conveniently located right… Read More ›

The Best Of…Goods & Services | 2015

The Best Of…Goods & Services | 2015

March 10, 2015

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Best Late Night Coffee Study Café Si Si Caffe 910 Country Club Dr., Moraga, (925) 377-1908 Si Si doesn’t always stay open super late, but… Read More ›

The Best Of…People & Places | 2015

The Best Of…People & Places | 2015

March 10, 2015

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Best Walk to Clear Your Mind Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail Moraga, ebparks.org Picture an early morning wet with dew on the leaves. You roll out of… Read More ›

The Best Of…Food & Drink | 2015

The Best Of…Food & Drink | 2015

March 10, 2015

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Best Place to go when your parents are in town Tomatina 1323 N. Main Street, Walnut Creek, (925) 930-9999, tomatina.com When your parents are in… Read More ›

The Best Of…Sports & Leisure | 2015

The Best Of…Sports & Leisure | 2015

March 10, 2015

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Best Yoga Studio Yoga To The People 64 Shattuck Square, Berkeley, (917) 573-9642, yogatothepeople.com Yoga is a wonderful way to get some physical exercise and… Read More ›

News

RA and OL decisions to be announced soon: a look into the process

RA and OL decisions to be announced soon: a look into the process

March 24, 2015 0 comments

by Elizabeth Magno | Staff Writer Resident advisor (RA) and orientation leader (orientation leader) application processes have begun. The two application processes are somewhat similar,… Read More ›

Guante speaks out on issues of oppression & inequality

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by Robert Dunbar | Contributing Writer During a small meet and greet in the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) prior to the show, Guante quietly ate… Read More ›

A note from your Associated Students President

A note from your Associated Students President

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Dear Gaels, As we reach the midpoint of the Spring Term it seems that student events, club get-togethers, and cultural nights are all happening at… Read More ›

A Look on the Scene | 24 March 2015

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One Dead After Trail Collapses in Point Reyes One person is dead and another is in critical condition after part of the trail in the… Read More ›

Beyond the Bubble | 24 March 2015

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Rebel Offensive Takes Control of Taiz Encroaching rebel forces seized key parts of Yemen’s third largest city, Taiz, this past week. According to security officials,… Read More ›

Opinion

Money over humanity: Bay Area gentrification out of control

March 24, 2015 0 comments

by David Floro-Cruz | Contributing Writer The recent and rapidly increasing prevalence of the Golden State Warriors, the San Francisco 49ers, and the Silicon Valley… Read More ›

SeaWorld is drowning in criticism and low profits, but do they completely deserve it?

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by Sara DeSantis | Editor-in-Chief When I was eight, I wanted to be a trainer of Shamu at SeaWorld. I remember enviously watching the lucky few who swam with the huge… Read More ›

Dolce & Gabbana’s controversial IVF statement

Dolce & Gabbana’s controversial IVF statement

March 24, 2015 0 comments

by Jose Basulto | Staff Writer Dolce & Gabbana have made a serious comeback. No, really. It’s not because of their Fall 2015 fashion line,… Read More ›

Netanyahu achieves re-election despite controversial comments

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by Tori Stringer | Opinion Editor It seems that we could start printing a “Netanyahu Scandal of the Week.” Just days after speaking to members… Read More ›

100 Word Rant: Baseball deserves attention

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by Robert Dunbar | Contributing Writer A decline in popularity of Major League Baseball is bad for America. It is happening, and it kills me.… Read More ›

Culture

Have you heard: Shannon and the Clams taking over East Bay

Have you heard: Shannon and the Clams taking over East Bay

March 24, 2015 0 comments

by Jacob Turnrose | Staff Writer Shannon and the Clams is an up and coming band from Oakland, consisting of Cody Blanchard on guitar, Shannon… Read More ›

“Valiant Hearts” game showcases hand-drawn style

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by Ollie Reyes | Staff Writer This month’s free games for Playstation Plus members includes “Valiant Hearts: The Great War,” a side scrolling puzzle adventure… Read More ›

“Kingsman” breeds a new star in Taron Egerton

“Kingsman” breeds a new star in Taron Egerton

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by Tori Stringer | Opinion Editor A perfect blend of action and humor, “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is the new blockbuster you have to see.… Read More ›

Big Sean debuts new album, new style

Big Sean debuts new album, new style

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by Justin Gold | Staff Writer It’s often said that the third time’s the charm—and with the release of his third Studio album “Dark Sky… Read More ›

“Hotline Miami 2″ self-reflects on virtual violence

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by Ollie Reyes | Staff Writer Two and a half years after its predecessor, “Hotline Miami 2” has been released to satisfy the fans of… Read More ›

Sports

Gaels slide past Portland in series win, move to 15-8

Gaels slide past Portland in series win, move to 15-8

March 24, 2015 0 comments

by Daniel Conmy | Sports Editor Saint Mary’s took two out of three games against WCC foe, Portland, over the weekend. The first two games… Read More ›

Gaels fall to Commodores in NIT, look towards next year

Gaels fall to Commodores in NIT, look towards next year

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by Tim Choy | Staff Writer The 2014-15 season came to an end Wednesday night for the men’s basketball team as they were knocked out… Read More ›

Women’s tennis beats No. 50, BYU

Women’s tennis beats No. 50, BYU

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by Liz Searl | Staff Writer Last weekend, women’s tennis competed at home in their first two games of conference play against the BYU Cougars… Read More ›

Opinion: NCAA student-athletes should earn compensation

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by Alex Crook | Staff Writer There has been ongoing speculation about whether or not NCAA athletes should be paid. The school can make money… Read More ›

Opinion: Westbrook’s case for MVP

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by Kimberly Paschal | Contributing Writer Russell Westbrook has emerged as the light at the end of the tunnel for the Oklahoma City Thunder. With… Read More ›