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Diversity training proposed and approved for all faculty

Diversity training proposed and approved for all faculty

February 21, 2017

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By Terrilyn Ho | News Editor On Thursday, Feb. 16, the Academic Senate voted and approved a proposed resolution that called for mandatory diversity training… Read More ›

#NoDAPL teach-in addresses threats to environmental justice

February 21, 2017

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By Zayra Rivera | Copy Editor Our first week back in the spring semester was met by the Spring Involvement Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 15.… Read More ›

Travel ban hits home

February 21, 2017

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By Jacob Turnrose | Opinion Editor Siavash Saadlou, an international student from Iran, is currently back in the United States after concerns over his re-entry… Read More ›

Mamaism celebrates women empowerment and spirituality

January 31, 2017

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By Jacob Turnrose | Opinion Editor Members of The Development of Women’s Spirituality, a Jan Term class, held an event in Dante Quad on Wednesday… Read More ›

QR scanners require a smartphone-enabled app to access information. Time and resources are expected to be cut due to the evolution of technology. (Terrilyn Ho/COLLEGIAN)

QR scanners replacing lists outside classrooms

January 31, 2017

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By Jacob Turnrose | Opinion Editor The start of each new semester is destined to be rough from the get go. There are always students… Read More ›

(Dis)Honesty film exposes the truth about lying

January 31, 2017

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By Terrilyn Ho | News Editor Thomas Paine once said, “He who dares not offend cannot be honest.” Now think about all the times that… Read More ›

Beyond the Bubble: Jan. 31, 2017

January 31, 2017

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Iran barring U.S. citizens from entering country Iran’s barring of Americans is in response to Trump’s executive order on immigration, which affects seven Muslim-majority countries.… Read More ›

Beyond the Bubble: Jan. 24, 2017

January 24, 2017

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Women’s March Breaks Records After Inauguration In Washington D.C. and cities across the world, voices were being raised in the aftermath of the inauguration. Women… Read More ›

New art installation draws attention to police brutality

January 24, 2017

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By Jacob Turnrose | Opinion Editor “The Silencing of Black Bodies: #BlackLivesMatter,” is currently on display in Gallery 160, located accross the Soda Center, until… Read More ›

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Inauguration aftermath: Women’s March in SF

January 24, 2017

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By Frances Fontanilla | Contributing Writer In reaction to Friday’s Inauguration, a Women’s March was planned for Washington D.C. Sister marches sprang up in major… Read More ›

Gaels4Justice volunteered at White Pony Express, helping to deliver fresh produce. (Courtesy of Mandy Nakaya)

White Pony Express gives over 3.5 million meals

January 24, 2017

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By Terrilyn Ho | News Editor Everyday, millions of individuals go without food in countries, such as the U.S., that have productive economies. The issue… Read More ›

Flooding and storms affected many parts of California. (Courtesy of GoldenIsles.news)

Large storm results in campus-wide power outage and fallen tree

January 18, 2017

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By Eliana Batrez | Assistant News Editor On Tuesday, Jan. 10, around 6:15 p.m., Saint Mary’s experienced a campus-wide power outage. The power outage lasted… Read More ›

Two Spirits & Two Worlds discussed Native identities. (Courtesy of TheIC on Facebook)

INVEST: Two Spirit identities and intersectionality

January 18, 2017

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By Terrilyn Ho | News Editor The last INVEST session of 2016 was held in November, and was hosted by the Intercultural Center (IC). The… Read More ›

Beyond the Bubble: Jan. 18, 2017

January 18, 2017

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Ancient Tomatillo Fossils Found in Patagonia The tomatillo is known to be part of the nightshade family, with over 2,400 species, which include some of… Read More ›

Jan Term travelers have visited Cambodia to help provide access to clean water. (Courtesy of Lamorinda Weekly)

Jan Term Travel: A once in a lifetime experience

January 18, 2017

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By Ramya Ramamoorthy | Staff Writer While some students stay in the classroom learning about Harry Potter and wild mushrooms, other students have the opportunity… Read More ›