7th annual “Night to Remember” celebrates life of Catalina Torres

7th annual “Night to Remember” celebrates life of Catalina Torres

October 28, 2014

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by Aubrey Williams | Contributing Writer According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, relationship violence happens to 1 in 4 women and 1 in 9… Read More ›

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7th annual “Night to Remember” celebrates life of Catalina Torres

7th annual “Night to Remember” celebrates life of Catalina Torres

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by Aubrey Williams | Contributing Writer According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, relationship violence happens to 1 in 4 women and 1 in 9… Read More ›

Student flu vaccinations become a top priority

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by Sofia Jeremias | Assistant News Editor As the weather finally begins to cool and the rain clouds roll in, an unwelcome visitor also starts… Read More ›

Looking Ahead: Headlines from around campus and Lamorinda

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Voter drive registers over 100 new Moraga voters A voter drive coordinated through a consortium of campus organizations and departments successfully registered 185 Saint Mary’s… Read More ›

“Love is Louder” talks about eating disorder stigmas

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by Ashwin Srinivasan | Staff Writer Starting the week of Monday, Oct. 13, the Health and Wellness Center coordinated its efforts with the Women’s Resource… Read More ›

Beyond the Bubble | October 28, 2014

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Artist Goes on Graffiti Spree at Multiple National Parks In perhaps the boldest way possible, New York artist Casey Nocket documented her trips through various… Read More ›

Opinion

Stereotyping labels like ‘African-American’ and ‘gay’ are so not Raven

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by Gloria Palma | Contributing Writer Recently, Raven-Symoné received some Twitter backlash for comments she made about her  identity on Oprah Winfrey’s “Where Are They… Read More ›

To flu shot or not to flu shot? That is indeed the question for this flu season

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by Alex Wu | Contributing Writer As fall is in full swing, this season brings life to an old danger: influenza. More commonly known as… Read More ›

Crowd-sourced criticism is more convenient than relying on professionals

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by Jacob Turnrose | Contributing Writer The demand for professional critics — specifically for restaurants — has been slowly fading away since the birth of… Read More ›

Women’s Halloween costumes are too sexy

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by Ashwin Srinivasan | Staff Writer It’s that time of year again: carved pumpkins are out on lawns, somber or comic gravestones peek out from… Read More ›

Say “Hellotel” to a new antisocial dating app

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by Liz Searl | Staff Writer For those who find themselves lonely in a hotel in a unknown place, the new smartphone app called Hellotel… Read More ›

Culture

Last minute Halloween costumes to throw together spur-of-the-moment

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by Leah Weidman | Contributing Writer As college students, it’s difficult to find a good Halloween costume. Several things get in our way: money (or lack… Read More ›

Setting the study mood: songs to help you chill out and hit the books

Setting the study mood: songs to help you chill out and hit the books

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by Wendy Mrdja | Contributing Writer Let’s be honest, trying times like midterms require lots of essentials. From all the pretty-colored pens with which you’ll… Read More ›

New fall TV season brings new favorites

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer Whether you’re wearing white hats, panicking that Professor Keating will cold-call you, worrying that a vampire will attack you,… Read More ›

Gambino and Badu take over Greek Theatre

Gambino and Badu take over Greek Theatre

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by Brandon English | Staff Writer On Oct. 17, three blocks down from the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA, multiple lines of people wrapped around… Read More ›

Iron Chef SMC: Culinary extraordinaire students fire up spicy enchiladas

Iron Chef SMC: Culinary extraordinaire students fire up spicy enchiladas

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by Jessica Fahner | Contributing Writer Matthew Gahagan is a Resident Advisor for the first floor Claeys North, a Writing Advisor for the CWAC, and an… Read More ›

Sports

Women’s soccer wins thriller at Pacific

Women’s soccer wins thriller at Pacific

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By Daniel Conmy | Sports Editor Saint Mary’s won their first WCC game against Pacific on Saturday night. The Gaels (7-8-2) scored the only goal of… Read More ›

NFL Contenders vs. Pretenders

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by Dimitri Quaglierini | Assistant Sports Editor As the 2014 NFL season reaches its midway point, there have been a plethora of teams that have… Read More ›

Athlete Profile: Catherine Leduc looks for successful senior season

Athlete Profile: Catherine Leduc looks for successful senior season

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by Liz Searl | Staff Writer Senior women’s tennis player Catherine Leduc is now a co-captain for the Gaels in their 2014-2015 tennis season. Catherine… Read More ›

Mississippi State: From unranked to No. 1

Mississippi State: From unranked to No. 1

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by Tim Choy | Staff Writer In college football, it’s almost inevitable that the unexpected will happen. Last year, Auburn orchestrated one of the biggest… Read More ›

Women’s volleyball splits one of two against WCC foes

Women’s volleyball splits one of two against WCC foes

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by Dimitri Quaglierini | Assistant Sports Editor Coming off of two upset wins last week, the Gaels looked to continue to ride their momentum into… Read More ›