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Concert Review in Brief: Ganz and Babcock Perform Debussy

On Tuesday evening, April 24, resident accompanist and piano instructor Beverly Babcock and artist-in-residence and piano instructor Brian Ganz performed “Fantaisie for Piano and Orchestra” by Claude Debussy in St. Mary’s Hall. Ganz played the piano accompaniment while Babcock played a piano version of the orchestra part. Though this concert Read More

Urban Trees, Human Impact on Nature

On Wednesday, April 4, Richard Olsen, a Research Geneticist from the National Arboretum, visited St. Mary’s to present his lecture called “The Urban Forest.” Olsen discussed the evolution of trees over the years in urban, rural, and suburban areas. This Natural Science and Mathematics (NS&M) Colloquium was co-sponsored by the Read More

Pam Cardwell Discusses Artwork Inspired By Travel

On Monday, April 9, Artist House Artist-in-Residence Pam Cardwell visited the library at the College to present her lecture, “On Art and Travel Throughout Turkey and the Caucasus Countries.” Cardwell discussed how her childhood and international travels have played a part in influencing the style of her abstract art. Carrie Read More

Fencers Fight for Fleche and Blood

On the morning of Sunday, April 15, the St. Mary’s Fencing Club hosted the annual spring Fleche and Blood Tournament at the Michael P. O’Brien Athletics and Recreation Center. Along with students from the St. Mary’s Club, fencers from Goucher College, St. John’s College, and Temple University visited to compete Read More