On Saturday, April 13, several students were offered small vials, containing what they were told was “pure medical grade cocaine.” The solution, which was stolen from a lab in Goodpaster Hall, contained very small amounts of cocaine suspended in liquid solvents. The equipment was reportedly stolen around 8 p.m. on Read More
On Friday, April 25, the Student Government Association (SGA) hosted the first State of the Student Body Address, wrapping up a year of change, progress and legislation. The address opened with remarks from SGA President Andrew Messick (‘19), who discussed the goals, successes and pitfalls of this year’s SGA. At Read More
Pete Buttigieg, Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has created somewhat of a media frenzy. His supporters believe that his bland views, his fruitful age and his experience as a small-town mayor make him the perfect candidate for the Democratic nomination. The thing is, Buttigieg doesn’t really have plans or views. Read More
On Friday, April 12, actor, comedian, and “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” correspondent Roy Wood Jr. delivered the Thirteenth Annual Twain Lecture, an annual event organized by Professor of English Benjamin Click. Wood, who began his comedy career in 1999, has appeared on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” Read More
On Tuesday, March 26, Timothy Bingley, a former St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) student accused of secretly recording men in the Prince George’s Hall bathroom, waived his right to a trial in cooperation with state prosecutors. His case, a 17-count bill of criminal charges, was placed on the inactive Read More
At the Student Government Association (SGA) meeting on Tuesday, April 9, President Andrew Messick announced plans for a “State of the Student Body” address, to be held on Thursday, April 25 in the Auerbach Auditorium. The address, the first of its kind at St. Mary’s, will focus on the progress Read More
The Point News (TPN) has released the most factually accurate, true, and not-April Fools edition to date. Read the full April 1, 2019 edition in full here. UPDATE: The entire staff of the Point News has been fired.