Wes Craven is often credited as helping push horror into the mainstream as a sort of pop novelty. Let’s face it, with icons like Freddy Krueger and Ghostface as part of his legacy, he definitely deserves a reputable spot in the horror hall of fame.
Despite ample business and a dedicated staff, a complete funding cut to the on-campus Bike Shop threatens to derail the project for good.
There was a lot of love for President Joe Urgo at this year’s first Board of Trustees general session. The meeting, held on the Saturday during fall break, was Molly Mahoney Matthews’s first as the Chair of the Board of Trustees and also marked the first held with President Joe Urgo at the head of St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
On Oct. 6, six St. Mary’s students traveled to the Supreme Court to rally for peace and love to counter the message of hate espoused by the Westboro Baptist Church (WBC).
The campus mold problem, once only the result of what seemed to be isolated problems, has become endemic on the Townhouse Greens, with ten separate townhouses being evacuated for extensive remediation.
The overgrown grassy area located along the path of Montgomery Hall was removed in response to students’ petition in the beginning of this semester as quickly as it had sprouted up.
Some of you may have seen what appears to be the mulched pond outside of the Campus Center and wondered what exactly it was, or what purpose it was serving. And now, there is an explanation: it’s a rain garden.