On-campus bar planned to open Fall Semester

On-campus bar planned to open Fall Semester

April 17, 2018

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By Joseph Foard | News Reporter Plans for renovating Dryden Hall, Cassin Student Union, and Cafe Louis are to be implemented over the coming months.… Read More ›

Future title in reach for Debate and Speech Team

Future title in reach for Debate and Speech Team

April 10, 2018

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By Dean Boerner | Editor-in-Chief The most nationally competitive Saint Mary’s team might not be found on the field, court, track, or water, but in… Read More ›

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On-campus bar planned to open Fall Semester

On-campus bar planned to open Fall Semester

April 17, 2018 2 comments

By Joseph Foard | News Reporter Plans for renovating Dryden Hall, Cassin Student Union, and Cafe Louis are to be implemented over the coming months.… Read More ›

Pres. Donahue hosts office hours for students with inquiries

Pres. Donahue hosts office hours for students with inquiries

April 17, 2018 0 comments

By Gabby Vanacore | Editor-in-Chief If students are looking to discuss hot topics like diversity and the campus climate, or if they are simply trying… Read More ›

Savannah Williams and Alejandra Rivas star in the spring play “Impure Thoughts (without apology)”. (Courtesy of Matthew Cohen)

“Impure Thoughts” highlights the life of Sor Juana

April 17, 2018 0 comments

By Hugo Stern | Contributing Writer The Performing Arts Theatre Program will be presenting its spring mainstage production, “Impure Thoughts (without apology),” April 26 to… Read More ›

Tim O'Rourke spoke with the American Journalism class at Saint Mary's.

Saint Mary’s alumn Tim O’Rourke and the new age of journalism

April 17, 2018 0 comments

By Anna Thielen | Contributing Writer The morning for Tim O’Rourke began with the editing of a story covering the San Francisco Giants. But that story… Read More ›

First Night Market hopes to liven up campus life

First Night Market hopes to liven up campus life

April 17, 2018 1 comment

By Adriana Avila | Assistant News Editor On Friday, April 27, Saint Mary’s will have its first annual Night Market from 6:00-9:00 p.m. on De… Read More ›

Opinion

Multiple movements addressing sexual assault this year have directed public attention to the problem. (Courtesy of Public Health Watch)

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: a call to action necessary

April 17, 2018 0 comments

By Kavya Maddali | Staff Writer A hashtag, a sense of solidarity, a campaign, and a worldwide movement. This entire year has felt like sexual… Read More ›

Mark Zuckerberg testified in front of Congress following a grab of Facebook information for political aims. (Courtesy of Indiawest)

Facebook harvesting your information is nothing new

April 17, 2018 0 comments

By Marshall Lymburn | Opinion Editor Last year, I wrote a piece for The Collegian that explored net neutrality. In my research, I found that… Read More ›

Martin Luther King Jr.’s social movements towards racial equality are still relevant fifty years after his death. (Courtesy of Time)

Fiftieth anniversary of MLK, Jr.’s death: the U.S. reflects

April 17, 2018 0 comments

By Victoria Vidales | Staff Writer On Aug. 28, 1963, American Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous “I Have A Dream”… Read More ›

Overheating and lack of sleep are some of the issues with having no air-conditioned dorms on campus. (Courtesy of US News & World Report)

On-campus housing is in need of AC

April 10, 2018 1 comment

By Aedan Richter | Staff Writer Living on campus for the third year in a row, I must say I really do love it. The dorms… Read More ›

Tarana Burke and the #Me Too movement (Courtesy of Business Insider)

Letter to the Editor: a response to #MeToo and Time’s Up article

April 10, 2018 2 comments

Dear Editors, In response to the article “#MeToo and Time’s Up become witch-hunt movements,” I would first like to point out that the term “witch-hunt”… Read More ›

Culture

Bouquet Marketplace offers a well curated selection of quality vintage garb on the streets of Berkeley. (Courtesy of Bouquet Marketplace)

Bouquet Market brings vintage to the streets

April 17, 2018 0 comments

By Maureen Thaete | Culture Editor Three times a year, specialty vendors from across the Bay Area gather on Fourth Street in Berkeley for Bouquet… Read More ›

Morrigan is just one of the gods that is reincarnated as a rock sensation. (Courtesy of Kevin Wada)

“The Wicked + The Divine” book review

April 17, 2018 0 comments

By Kali Kushner | Culture Editor This weekend, I had the pleasure of reading the first volume of “The Wicked + The Divine” graphic novel… Read More ›

Dora Turkovich shares her love of music with the Bay Area community every Wednesday as “DJ dturk”. (Courtesy of Maureen Thaete)

KSMC DJ profile Dora Turkovich 18’ makes campus radio worth tuning in

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By Maureen Thaete | Culture Editor Dora Turkovich ‘18 is the type of person who finds it difficult to go anywhere without her headphones. “It’s… Read More ›

"The Bold Type" tells an ongoing story of feminist role models. (Courtesy of POPSUGAR)

“The Bold Type” as an empowering, feminist TV show

April 10, 2018 0 comments

By Aubrie McKeever | Staff Writer “The Bold Type”, which premiered on Freeform last summer, is a television show that encourages women to be bold… Read More ›

Tove Lo performed at the 10th anniversary Outside Lands festival, which widely dissapointed attendees. (Courtesy of The Mercury News)

Outside Lands lineup disappoints festival participants yet again

April 10, 2018 10 comments

By Kiana Lei Yap | Opinion Columnist For the third year in a row, Outside Lands has produced another disappointing lineup. As one of the… Read More ›

Sports

Nikki Alexander keeps her eye on the ball as she takes a swing. (Courtesy of smcgaels.com)

Softball woes continue in week-long sweep

April 17, 2018 0 comments

By Kimberly Paschal | Sports Editor The Saint Mary’s women’s softball team traveled to Stanford on Wednesday before hosting Loyola Marymount in a three-game series… Read More ›

Edward Haus comes through in the clutch and leads the Saint Mary’s offense to a series victory over the University of San Diego. (Courtesy of smcgaels.com)

Saint Mary’s takes two out of three from San Diego

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By Tyler Bindi | Sports Editor The Gaels finished up a five-game home stand going in 2-3 and then headed down south for a WCC… Read More ›

The Gaels celebrate after clinching victory over Gonzaga (Courtesy of smcgaels.com)

Saint Mary’s edges past Gonzaga in match and WCC standings

April 14, 2018 0 comments

By Dean Boerner | Editor-in-Chief Saint Mary’s women’s tennis came through in perhaps their biggest weekend of the season, dominating Portland by a score of… Read More ›

Pavan Sagoo at TPC Harding Park. (Courtesy of smcgaels.com)

Puttin’ with Pavan

April 10, 2018 0 comments

By Pavan Sagoo | Athlete Columnist It seems like just yesterday we were packing our bags, cleaning our clubs, and preparing for the first event… Read More ›

James Harden  is the anticipated 2018 NBA MVP winner. (Courtesy of USA Today)

James Harden leads pack in 2018 NBA MVP race

April 10, 2018 0 comments

By Diego Vasquez | Contributing Writer The 2017-2018 NBA regular season is coming to an end, and even though there are plenty of fans who just… Read More ›