httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Qz8cCOSn-s httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ss40SriSYnM httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksAs1ITMxAY The following is footage from the final coffeehouse (formerly ‘Thursdays at the Grind’) of the 2008-2009 academic year. The headline band was The Five One Band. The event also featured St. Mary’s Students. You can see all the footage from the event at our YouTube channel.
An anonymous source delivered a copy of a letter to The Point News that was circulated to over twenty faculty members. The memo details a series of events leading up to a meeting between Professor Tom Barrett, the Chair of the History Department, and President Jane Margaret O’Brien and the Read More
This past week, St. Mary’s students voted for a new SGA executive board and a new constitutional amendment to allow MAT student participate in the SGA. The elections for the SGA executive board were held from Apr. 14-17, during which 306 students voted via their Blackboard accounts. Three days after Read More
Despite the overcast and sporadically rainy weather, students gathered last week to celebrate their home, Earth. The Earth Day Fair, sponsored by the Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC), the Sustainability Committee, EcoHouse, and the St. Mary’s River Project, sought to teach passersby how to live in a sustainable manner and Read More
Several weekends ago St. Mary’s students in conjunction with Historic St. Mary’s planted chestnut trees on Mattpany Road, behind the Artist house. “The American Chestnut tree was one of the most indigenous trees in the American forest. Sometime in the 20th century a blight was introduced–a fungus that kills the Read More
On April 14, T.R. Reid, the Nitze Senior Fellow for 2008-2009, returned to the College to give his third and final lecture, entitled “The Global Superpowers of 2050 (The U.S. won’t be No. 1. Neither will China.).” He said that despite the economic downturn in America, there was a chance Read More
On Tuesday and Wednesday, April 21-22, the College hosted the fourth annual Patuxent Defense Forum. Cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Democracy and the Patuxent Partnership, the forum allowed academics, military officers, and policy analysts to discuss issues relating to U.S. foreign affairs and defense. The theme of Read More