Father Tom Mcelligot offers the Eucharist to a student at the Mass of the Holy Spirit. (Courtesy of Gerry Serrano)

Mass of the Holy Spirit provides a model for unity

September 19, 2017

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By Drew Gai | Contributing Writer At this year’s Mass of the Holy Spirit, the Saint Mary’s chaplain, Fr. Hai, began his homily by poking fun at… Read More ›

saint mary’s Community Members took part in last Wednesday’s rally against the DACA decision made by the Trump Administration. (Courtesy of Annaliese Martinez)

Rally stirs frustration at President Donahue

September 12, 2017

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By Jacob Turnrose and Maureen Thaete | News Editor & Assistant News Editor On September 6, starting at 1:00 p.m., students, faculty, and members of… Read More ›

News

Last year’s career fair connected students to employers, this year’s fair will be on Sept. 20th during community time. (Courtesy of Saint Mary’s College)

Career Center updates GaeLink, provides workshops

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Adriana Avila | Staff Writer Choosing a career path can be difficult. The Saint Mary’s Career and Professional Development Center (CPDS) can make it… Read More ›

Students from Oregon react to wildfires up north

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Stephanie Mauro | Contributing Writer On Sunday, Sept. 2, a group of teenagers set off a smoke bomb near the Eagle Creek Trail in Cascade… Read More ›

Intercultural Center explores what “being an ally” means

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Barbara Ibarra | News Reporter “So you think you’re an ally?” This was the question posed at the first Intercultural Center (IC) event of the Fall… Read More ›

Father Tom Mcelligot offers the Eucharist to a student at the Mass of the Holy Spirit. (Courtesy of Gerry Serrano)

Mass of the Holy Spirit provides a model for unity

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Drew Gai | Contributing Writer At this year’s Mass of the Holy Spirit, the Saint Mary’s chaplain, Fr. Hai, began his homily by poking fun at… Read More ›

“Tools for Difficult Dialogues”sparks disagreement

September 19, 2017 3 comments

By Kate Arenchild | Contributing Writer In an attempt to help craft a better Seminar classroom, the Intercultural Center (IC) hosted a series of workshops entitled… Read More ›

Opinion

MEN WORKING sign in work truck on Saint Mary’s College campus sparks questions about gender equality. (Courtesy of Michael Shim)

Letter to the Editor: an alum on campus inclusivity

September 19, 2017 0 comments

Dear Editors: I walked across the stage with my head held high, knowing that I was graduating from a college to be proud of. With… Read More ›

Free laundry is fair

September 19, 2017 1 comment

By Isabella Ferrante | Contributing Writer As the school year began and we all headed down the hall to do our first load of laundry, it was… Read More ›

A White Supremacist Rally in Chalottesville, VA raised questions about free speech in the Trump era. (Courtesy of Winston-Salem Journal)

Should hate speech be considered a part of free speech?

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Kerry-Anne Loughman | Opinion Columnist It’s no secret that people of minority-based identities do not feel safe in the United States. And I don’t… Read More ›

Students and professors express discontent over DACA repeal. (Courtesy of Annaliese Martinez)

Why DACA repeal is racist, and what we can do about it

September 12, 2017 0 comments

By Annaliese Martinez | Contributing Writer On Tuesday, Sept. 5, Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed Donald Trump’s latest racist, xenophobic action with the announcement of the… Read More ›

Unruly treatment in nurse arrest

September 12, 2017 1 comment

Kiana Lei Yap | Opinion Columnist Circulating throughout social media and news programs is the viral video of the hostile arrest of Alex Wubbels, a… Read More ›

Culture

Loud Harp’s new album soars

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor As a college student, I have an extensive repertoire of study music and playlists available for the entire year.… Read More ›

"Game of Thrones" fans excitedly snap a selfie with actress Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark in the series. (Photo courtesy of GOT Celeb)

The worldwide unifying power of the “Game of Thrones” community

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Aedan Richter | Staff Writer Sex, violence, and intrigue. What’s not to like about “Game of Thrones?” For those who don’t know, “Game of… Read More ›

Florida Georgia Line takes the stage and performs for a sold-out, excited crowd at Concord Pavilion. (Dean Boerner/The Collegian)

Florida Georgia Line, Nelly give Concord crowd unique show

September 17, 2017 0 comments

By Dean Boerner | Editor-in-Chief A spirit of joviality threaded the entirety of Florida Georgia Line’s visit to Concord Pavilion last Friday night. The East… Read More ›

App review: Sworkit

September 12, 2017 0 comments

By Camilla Marias | Culture Editor This summer, I had the absolute pleasure and privilege of spending six weeks abroad. As I explored overseas, I… Read More ›

Stephen King’s “IT” features the terrifying killer-clown Pennywise, tapping into a common phobia of the American public. (Courtesy of Den of Geek)

Coulrophobia: clowns in American media

September 12, 2017 0 comments

By Kali Kushner | Culture Editor With the recent release of a second film adaptation of Stephen King’s “It,” coulrophobia has returned to the forefront… Read More ›

Sports

Cristiano Ronaldo returned to action after suspension. (Courtesy of Bleacher Report)

2017 UEFA Champions League season finally kicks off

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Pavan Sagoo | Sports Reporter After what has seemed like a never-ending wait, the 2017 UEFA Champions League  is finally underway. This week, we… Read More ›

Ezekial Elliot will most likely play the 2017 season, despite an initial six-game suspension. (Courtesy of Bleacher Report)

NFL lacks capacity to handle domestic violence cases

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Kimberly Paschal | Sports Editor In the past few years, domestic violence has been a major issue in the NFL. Football fans, activists, and… Read More ›

Jasmine Edwards sends the ball upfield in the Gaels’ loss to Alabama-based Samford on Sunday afternoon. (Dean Boerner/COLLEGIAN)

Women’s soccer drops two against SJSU and Samford

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Tyler Bindi | Sports Editor The Saint Mary’s women’s soccer team went into the weekend looking to string a couple of wins together but… Read More ›

Lindsey Knudsen smiling during the match against Stanford. (Dean Boerner/COLLEGIAN)

Volleyball falls against Cal and Stanford

September 19, 2017 0 comments

By Dean Boerner | Editor-in-Chief In an eventful weekend consisting of heated non-conference matches against Bay Area rivals Cal and Stanford, Saint Mary’s ultimately fell… Read More ›

Valerie Laforge played all 109 minutes in the Friday contest. (Courtesy of smcgaels.com)

Women’s soccer wins once and loses once in Saint Mary’s Tournament

September 12, 2017 0 comments

By Dean Boerner | Sports Editor   After a 2-2 start to their season, the Gaels dropped a 3-0 contest to Cal State Fullerton to… Read More ›