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Month: September 2011

Urgo hosts second crab feast

On Saturday, Sept. 23, the second annual Crab Feast was held at College President Joseph Urgo’s house in order to benefit the senior class. Despite the rain that poured for most of the afternoon, the feast carried on with many happy students either expertly picking apart the Maryland Blue Crabs or helping out friends by coaching them in a popular Maryland pastime.

"Divided We Fall" Film and Director Bring Message of Tolerance

Four days after the September 11 terrorist attacks by radical Islamists from the Middle East, a self-proclaimed American “patriot” retaliated by murdering an Arizona gas station owner—a native of India whose Sikh religion required him to wear a turban. Although the victim was a stranger to then 20-year-old Valarie Kaur, she shared his religion, and the senseless murder so shook her that she spent the next four days holed up in her room, escaping in the world of Harry Potter. But on the fifth day, Kaur decided that she needed to respond, and she wound up spending the next eight years completing a documentary.

Resolution Encourages Grind to Stop Serving Chick-fil-A

As a result of student outcry, The Daily Grind stopped serving Chick-fil-A for this school year. Richard Wagner, Manager of the Campus Store, said, “we support the SGA (Student Government Association) resolution that passed last spring which urged us to sever all business ties with Chick-fil-A before the start of the 2011-2012 school year. Therefore, we discontinued the program.”

River Center Introduces New Hours, Now More Available to Students

As of September 12, the James P. Muldoon River Center is available to the St. Mary’s community during the evening. This pilot program will keep the building open every night from 5 to 11 PM, but these hours will alternate each day between being reserved for student or faculty events and being open for study hall.