Great strides are already being made on an ambitious new campus farm project, which promises to change the way students look at agriculture and food consumption.
The Sweet Sixteen Seahawks finished out their run in the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championships on Friday, Mar. 12, with an incredibly close 92-87 game against Franklin & Marshall College that pushed the Diplomats into sectional final action on Mar. 13.
On Thursday, Mar. 11 through Monday, Mar. 15, Dr. Joseph Urgo, the next College president, visited campus with his wife Lesley to meet with students, faculty, and administrators and to enumerate his vision for the College.
Every five years, a college has to undergo an accreditation called a Periodic Review Report (PRR). As part of St. Mary’s PRR, the college has released statistics gathered about, among other things, life as an alumni. All data in the graphs is as of 2006.
First, there were the signs, spread around campus. “Have you seen me?” they asked, next to a sea monster’s silhouette. Then, in the dead of night, a tail appeared in St. John’s pond.
On Saturday, Mar. 27, St. Mary’s students gathered for an hour and turned off all of their lights and electronics in honor of the energy conservation movement, Earth Hour.
On Wednesday, March 24, biology professor Jordan Price presented an explanation of the sexual selection of expressed traits. The lecture, which took place in Schaefer Hall, was part of the Natural Science and Mathematics Colloquium series.
The 11th Annual Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Colloquium, (En)gendering Political Change, started with a call to action.
“The most important message of your colloquium is that change can happen. Organized and together, you really can change things,” said Alice Cohan, one of the two speakers from the Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF).