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Saint Mary’s Performing Arts Department put on “Twelfth Night,” a comedy about a twins who end up separated by a shipwreck and forging new identities. (Courtesy of Gerry Serrano)

Twelfth Night play brings audience lots of laughs

November 8, 2016

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By Alexa Gambero | Editor-in-Chief Last weekend, the Saint Mary’s Performing Arts and Theatre Program presented their production of William Shakespeare’s famed comedy, “Twelfth Night:… Read More ›

Undergraduate voters are encouraged to vote. (Photo courtesy of www.allinchallenge.org)

All In Challenge encourages college students to vote

November 8, 2016

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By Terrilyn Ho | News Editor As many are aware, today is the second Tuesday of November, otherwise known as Election Day, meaning that there… Read More ›

Students partake in Saturday of Service: The Urban Farmers and others give back to the community

Students partake in Saturday of Service: The Urban Farmers and others give back to the community

February 23, 2016

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by Terrilyn Ho | Assistant News Editor On Feb. 20, CILSA hosted Saturday of Service to provide students with an opportunity to engage in meaningful service… Read More ›

Faculty research celebrated at annual Scholar’s Reception

February 23, 2016

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by Sofia Jeremias  | News Editor On Friday evening, Feb. 19, the Scholar’s Reception was held in Hagerty Lounge to celebrate faculty scholarship. Provost and… Read More ›

Museum of Art draws in millennials through social media

Museum of Art draws in millennials through social media

February 23, 2016

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by Aedan Richter | Staff Writer Though Instagram can be known for being filled with selfies, there wasn’t a single selfie in sight at the… Read More ›

Br. Michael on theology and religion: Brother Michael Meister converses about his love for teaching

Br. Michael on theology and religion: Brother Michael Meister converses about his love for teaching

February 17, 2016

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by Adriana Avila | Staff Writer Brother Michael Meister describes himself as a person with a devilish sense of humor. That’s why he enjoys being… Read More ›

Beyond the Bubble | February 17, 2016

February 17, 2016

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Rocket Launched by North Korea to Disguise Missile Test North Korea sent a rocket into orbit on Feb. 6 from Tongchang-ri, a launch site near… Read More ›

Beyond the Bubble | January 26, 2016

February 16, 2016

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East Coast weathers recordbreaking storm On Sunday morning, East Coast residents emerged from their homes with snow plows in hand after enduring a night of… Read More ›

Deconstructing Harry Potter: Relates to issues of social justice

February 16, 2016

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by Aedan Richter | Staff Writer For this year’s Jan Term, “Deconstructing Harry Potter” has been one of the more well-known classes that has been… Read More ›

Sustainability Coordinator Riley Smith

Sustainability Coordinator Riley Smith

February 16, 2016

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by Adriana Avila | Staff Writer Throughout the last couple of years, Saint Mary’s has stepped up its sustainability game. Hiring a sustainability coordinator was… Read More ›

“Queuing Up Queerness” discusses media representation

February 16, 2016

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by Elizabeth Magno | Copy Editor On Jan. 14, student leaders from the Intercultural Center (IC) led an Invest session titled “Queuing Up Queerness: LGBT… Read More ›

New sustainability programs implemented in Oliver Hall

New sustainability programs implemented in Oliver Hall

February 16, 2016

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by Terrilyn Ho | Assistant News Editor Running from Monday, Jan. 4 to Monday, Jan. 25, Green Monday is a new sustainability program that aims… Read More ›

2016 Jan Term Speaker Series begins: Hause and Stenersen discuss the realities of death and dying

2016 Jan Term Speaker Series begins: Hause and Stenersen discuss the realities of death and dying

February 16, 2016

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by Josie Howatt | Opinion Editor On Wednesday, Jan. 13, students and faculty gathered in Hagerty Lounge for “Before I Die…A Discussion on Death and… Read More ›

Maxine Hong Kingston speaks at SMC

Maxine Hong Kingston speaks at SMC

September 22, 2015

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by Josie Howatt | Opinion Editor Last Wednesday night, the Le Fevre theatre was graced with the presence of Maxine Hong Kingston, the bestselling author… Read More ›

Construction around campus

August 27, 2015

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by Alexa Gambero | Chief Copy Editor Facilities Services and Project Management staff members were at work all summer updating on campus spaces to accommodate the… Read More ›