Specifics are starting to crystallize on the new proposed campus pub culminating in a potential pilot program this spring, according to General Manager at Bon Appetit Debi Wright.
After an intense and emotional pageant election last Saturday, Dec. 4, senior and student trustee Daniel “Danny Five Names” Ruthenberg-Marshall was chosen as this year’s Mr. SMC, besting six other male competitors from all classes in a competition of creativity, talent, and three kinds of style.
After much deliberation and discussion regarding funding for the Bike Shop, the Student Government Association (SGA) unanimously passed a resolution on Nov. 16 to begin offering funding for the next three semesters.
This coming spring Bon Appetit plans to implement a trial reusable to-go box program, a welcome addition to college residents tired of seeing overflowing trash cans filled with Styrofoam ones.
With the continuation of tough financial times and the related difficulties of budget planning, St. Mary’s College tuition is most likely to increase once again this semester. How much of an increase, however, is currently up in the air.
Despite being an honors college, St. Mary’s lacks something many colleges in the United States take for granted: an honor code.
Concerns over a tuition increase, budgeting, and the availability of scholarships dominated the conversation at the Board of Trustees’ second quarterly meeting of the academic year.
Students for a Democratic Society-SMCM (SDS) assembled a plethora of speakers for the first Victims of Warfare teach-in; a three-day, six-hour event highlighting the horrors and misconceptions of war.
You may not know it but St. Mary’s has an equestrian team. We spend crazy amounts of time riding horses, getting up before dark for shows many miles away, and fundraising to finance our expensive sport.
From Nov. 17 to 20,the Dance Club hosted their Fall dance show titled, “I Dream of Dance.”