North Bay Neighborhood left in rubble after devastating fire passes through. (Courtesy of KSRO)

Saint Mary’s community affected by North Bay fires

October 17, 2017

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By Lauren Scott | Contributing Writer Last Wednesday, the campus grew stifled with smoke. Its smell and presence were everywhere. For some Saint Mary’s community… Read More ›

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Administration tied to End the Silence movement

October 17, 2017 2 comments

By Jacob Turnrose | News Editor Previously overlooked documents show that the End the Silence (ETS) movement works more closely with Saint Mary’s administration than… Read More ›

North Bay Neighborhood left in rubble after devastating fire passes through. (Courtesy of KSRO)

Saint Mary’s community affected by North Bay fires

October 17, 2017 0 comments

By Lauren Scott | Contributing Writer Last Wednesday, the campus grew stifled with smoke. Its smell and presence were everywhere. For some Saint Mary’s community… Read More ›

Students celebrate ‘Our Lady of Fatima’ mass

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By Kate Arenchild | News Reporter On Friday, Oct. 13, Saint Mary’s students attended a mass celebrating the 100th anniversary of the appearance of the… Read More ›

Event honors the oft overlooked ‘Babi Yar’ poem

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By Joseph Foard | Contributing Writer “No monument stands over Babi Yar,” reads the first line of Yevgeny Yevtushenko’s poem “Babi Yar.” The poem recounts… Read More ›

Alumnus starts fire relief

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By Elizabeth Magno | Chief Copy Editor In the midst of the North Bay Fires disaster, a Saint Mary’s alumnus found a way to help… Read More ›

Opinion

Moral issue at stake with immigration and DACA

October 17, 2017 2 comments

By Kiana Lei Yap | Opinion Columnist One of the biggest challenges in revamping national immigration regulations comes in the form of what to do… Read More ›

Be mindful of Halloween costumes

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Kerry-Anne Loughman | Opinion Columnist Halloween is a night of magic. It is a night of intentional fear and fun, of mystery and disguise, of… Read More ›

SAUDI ARABIA, a country that is well-known across the globe for the oppression of women, has finally lifted the ban against women operating vehicles. (Courtesy of The Economist)

Saudi Arabia reaches milestone, lifting its driving ban against women

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By Ramya Ramamoorthy | Staff Writer This past week, Saudi Arabia reached a major milestone not only in its own country, but around the world: It… Read More ›

Puerto Rico struggles to rebuild after Hurricane Maria, and some argue relief could have come faster. (Courtesy of Star Tribune)

President Trump is not at fault for delayed aid to Puerto Rico

October 10, 2017 1 comment

By Kiana Lei Yap | Opinion Columnist President Donald Trump has been under fire for his lack of action in humanitarian relief provisions to Puerto… Read More ›

dreams are here to stay

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By Farhat Desai | Contributing Writer   if they won’t let us dream i say we won’t let them sleep we will speak till they finally… Read More ›

Culture

Museum of Ice Cream has been a great success as the exhibit puts a creative take on a classic dessert. (Courtesy of LiPo Ching/ Bay Area News Group)

Museum of Ice Cream delivers a sweet treat to the San Francisco Bay

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By Aedan Richter | Staff Writer The Museum of Ice Cream is indeed worthy of all of the hype. On Friday, Oct. 6, I got… Read More ›

Harvey Weinstein  is only the most recent of Hollywood men to face backlash due to sexual assault claims. (Courtesy of Stephen Lovekin)

Weinstein sexual assault scandal exposes Hollywood

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By Victoria Vidales | Contributing Writer Sexual abuse is a continuous epidemic in the United States, as many women face sexual harassment and assault on… Read More ›

“Villains” revitalizes bad boy aesthetic

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By Victor Jaimes | Staff Writer For some of us, the days of sharing cigarillos at the back of school are over, as we are… Read More ›

Halloween film favorites for October

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By Ashley Sugar | Contributing Writer Fall is finally here! This means pumpkins, blankets, and candy bowls are making their way out of the attic… Read More ›

Pressfield inspires ambition in his book, “The War of Art”

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By Brad Neal | Contributing Writer “The War of Art,” by Steven Pressfield, contains powerful and thought-provoking messages that I found to be life-changing. It… Read More ›

Sports

Anders Engebretsen speeds down the field and sneaks one past the SCU keeper. (Courtesy of SMC Gaels)

Men’s soccer drops road match against Bay Area rival Santa Clara

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By Pavan Sagoo | Sports Reporter After last week’s 1-0 victory at Gonzaga, the Gaels returned to the field to play their second match of… Read More ›

Superteams transform NBA season landscape

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By Ryan Moyle | Staff Writer The wait is over. The NBA regular season tips off on Oct. 17 and looks to be one of… Read More ›

Mary Hernandez (8) and Lindsey Knudsen (17) take stances during the Gaels four-set loss to Pacific Saturday night at McKeon Pavilion. (Alexander Victoria/COLLEGIAN)

Volleyball falls 3-1 to Pacific in Saturday matinee

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By Kimberly Paschal | Sports Editor In a Saturday matinee against Pacific, the Gaels took a tough 3-1 (25-23, 25-17, 22-25, 25-21) loss against the… Read More ›

Setter Mary Hernandez sets Morgan Hughes in the Gaels match against BYU Thursday night in front of an excited crowd at McKeon Pavilion. (Courtesy of SMC Gaels)

Volleyball drops two in tough matches against BYU and San Diego

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By Dean Boerner | Editor-in-Chief Saint Mary’s battled against two of their toughest opponents this season, but the Gaels ultimately fell in a nerve-wracking matchup… Read More ›

The Gaels traveled to Spokane, WA on Saturday and defeated long-time rival Gonzaga in an impressive 1-0 victory. (Courtesy of SMC Gaels)

Men’s soccer defeats Gonzaga in conference opener

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By Tyler Bindi | Sports Editor The Saint Mary’s men’s soccer team began West Coast Conference play Saturday night with a huge road victory. The… Read More ›