On Thursday, Oct. 14 St. Mary’s Professor Jennifer Cognard-Black gave her first ever VOICES reading.
Lil’ Wayne, the self-proclaimed “Martian” and “Best Rapper Alive,” has always been the master of some pretty crazy lyrics. After the critical disaster that was Wayne’s foray into rock (Rebirth), however, one could be forgiven for thinking that he had begun to wander too far from the bizarre lyricism that had gotten him so many fans.
It’s no surprise that a school located on the Chesapeake Bay would have outstanding water sports and sailing. This is certainly no exception at St. Mary’s. Sailing is a proud tradition at the College, which includes 15 National Championship titles and over 150 All-Americans for the team.
The Capital Athletic Conference awarded Kelsey Wirtz, a first year goalkeeper for the College, the player of the week award for “Women’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week.” Wirtz is the second Seahawk on the women’s soccer team to win the award this year.
St. Mary’s students worked in teams of two to hit shuttlecocks to each other for points in what turned out to be a very successful Men’s and Co-Ed Badminton Tournament, hosted by Intramurals during the weeks of Oct 8 and 15.
When I woke up on Saturday morning, my first thought was to turn off that annoying alarm clock. Then I sat there for a minute while my brain woke up, and I remembered why my alarm went off so early. I quickly got ready and headed to the Board meeting.
Dear Miss Meghan,
What is your take on “implicit consent”? Should people always talk about sex before having it?
Last week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case Snyder v Phelps et al., a case in which the respondent, Fred Phelps, organized members of the Westboro Baptist Church to protest the 2006 funeral of Matthew Snyder, a US Marine killed in a Humvee accident in Iraq.
I think it goes without saying that the Westboro Baptist Church may be one of the most bigoted, ignorant, and hateful groups to ever figure out how to glue a piece of wood to poster board.
Since the beginning of the school year, students have been receiving massive amounts of emails from the Student Government Association (SGA). The emails, while originally encouraging students to participate in SGA, eventually became confusing when they became unclear about who had won elections.