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Open forum allows students to share their stories of financial struggles

Open forum allows students to share their stories of financial struggles

May 13, 2014

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by Paola Vergara | Staff Writer For many of students, college life is a challenge. Beside the stress of classes and finals and dealing with… Read More ›

“Still I Rise” event celebrates 50 years of civil rights progress

“Still I Rise” event celebrates 50 years of civil rights progress

February 25, 2014

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by Maddi Larsen | Staff Writer On Wednesday, the Mission and Ministry Center and the Black Student Union collectively organized an event called Still I… Read More ›

LUNAFEST raises female empowerment in short films created by, for, about women

LUNAFEST raises female empowerment in short films created by, for, about women

January 28, 2014

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by CJ Cosas | News Editor In a world that has for so long been dominated by male media, male directors, and male centered films,… Read More ›

Snapchat CEO makes a lackluster apology to users

Snapchat CEO makes a lackluster apology to users

January 14, 2014

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by Paola Vergara | Staff Writer Over the past couple of weeks, Snapchat, the popular messaging app, has been under fire for a security breach… Read More ›

Beyoncé’s new surprise “visual” album takes over the charts

Beyoncé’s new surprise “visual” album takes over the charts

January 14, 2014

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by Alexa Gambero | Copy Editor Queen Bey, Sasha Fierce, Yoncé: no matter how you address Beyoncé, her newest work of art–a visual album including… Read More ›

Men’s basketball splits two WCC games

Men’s basketball splits two WCC games

January 14, 2014

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by Daniel Conmy | Sports Editor Early last week, the Gaels played in a non-conference matchup against William Jessup. Kerry Carter scored all 19 of… Read More ›

Oasis cancellation angers some, relieves others

Oasis cancellation angers some, relieves others

September 10, 2013

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by CJ Cosas | Staff Writer The Oasis Dance, the first dance that provided students refuge and respite from their tedious routines of school and… Read More ›

Weekend of Welcome and Saturday of Service bring freshmen into the Saint Mary’s family

Weekend of Welcome and Saturday of Service bring freshmen into the Saint Mary’s family

September 4, 2013

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  by Gabi Reyes-Acosta | News Editor Everyone remembers his or her first weekend of college—the nervous feelings and the fear that one would never… Read More ›

“Keep insisting”: President Brother Ron discusses his legacy, beliefs, and love for Saint Mary’s

“Keep insisting”: President Brother Ron discusses his legacy, beliefs, and love for Saint Mary’s

May 14, 2013

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by Gabi Reyes-Acosta | News Editor It is easy to define Saint Mary’s as a puzzle — an intricate puzzle consisting of departments, programs, and… Read More ›

Rec center building permit on track, to be issued soon

Rec center building permit on track, to be issued soon

May 14, 2013

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by Charlie Guese | Chief Copy Editor The site of the Alioto Recreation Center, a project first announced in May 2011, remains an empty dirt… Read More ›

San Francisco, Berkeley venues intoxicate students with summer fun

San Francisco, Berkeley venues intoxicate students with summer fun

May 14, 2013

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by Jose Basulto | Staff Writer It’s that time of year again when summer is around the corner and classes come to an end. Students… Read More ›

Blood, guts, misconceptions: Video games falsely blamed for recent violence

Blood, guts, misconceptions: Video games falsely blamed for recent violence

May 14, 2013

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by Oliver Reyes | Staff Writer Recent tragedies have led the mainstream media to blame violent video games. Recently, Fox News ran a story, “Are… Read More ›

Golf to play in NCAA regionals

Golf to play in NCAA regionals

May 14, 2013

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by Daniel Conmy | Assistant Sports Editor Saint Mary’s golf team has put together an impressive resumé and will be seeded fourth in the NCAA… Read More ›

Under 30: A Festival of One-Acts displays student talent and voice

Under 30: A Festival of One-Acts displays student talent and voice

May 7, 2013

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by Alex Kummert | Staff Writer Theater and plays are often considered to be mainly long form entities. The true challenge and joy of live… Read More ›

Great Gatsby Palooza celebrates movie with writing, mocktails

Great Gatsby Palooza celebrates movie with writing, mocktails

May 7, 2013

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by Katie Maccariello | Staff Writer Who parties with Jay Gatsby? The Center for Writing Across the Curriculum (CWAC) does. On Wednesday, CWAC prepared for… Read More ›