Local food movements have been gaining power over the last few years. Books such as Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal, Vegetable, Miracle and Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma both touted the benefits of eating local.
The sheriff’s office has visited campus multiple times this semester. The police were called on at least three separate occasions.
As of Friday, September 18, 62 cars had been towed from the College campus because of parking violations. Though the number is higher than previous years, public safety says that the rules haven’t changed.
When yearly college rankings were revealed, St. Mary’s was picked again as one of the nation’s top public schools. The College is ranked as one of the top five public liberal arts colleges in the nation by the U.S. News and World Report and moved up four spaces to 88 out of the country’s 100 top liberal arts colleges.
On Tuesday, April 20, the Student Government Association passed legislation stating that, “The SGA supports the adoption of a gender-neutral housing policy on North Campus Housing (Lewis Quad, Waring Commons, North and South Crescents and the Greens) that students may opt into if they so choose.” The legislation, which was Read More
The College is taking the first steps towards implementing a new housing policy which would allow students of different genders to room together throughout North Campus. SGA Secretary and junior Marlena Weiss will introduce the gender-neutral housing legislation to the SGA on April 15, and is using the issue as Read More
Award-winning director Mehreen Jabbar has worked in the film industry for 14 years. After graduating from UCLA in 1993 with a certificate in Film, Television, and Video, Jabbar returned to Pakistan to work in television. There, she directed tele-films and television series as well as several short films. “Ramchand Pakistani” Read More