Almost five years since Glasgow twee-pop band Belle and Sebastian released their seventh studio album, they have pushed themselves off the backburner and back into the limelight with Write About Love.
On Oct. 20, college campuses all over the nation celebrated Campus Sustainability Day, a day devoted to emphasizing the green initiative on college campuses
With a strong 6-1 record at the start of the season, the St. Mary’s Women’s Field Hockey team has been in it to win it from the beginning. And as the season comes to a close, their drive is far from fading.
Some of you may have seen what appears to be the mulched pond outside of the Campus Center and wondered what exactly it was, or what purpose it was serving. And now, there is an explanation: it’s a rain garden.
he weekend of Oct. 1-3, families of St. Mary’s students came to St. Mary’s City for a few days of food, fun, festivities, and quality time. Parents and siblings spent time walking around campus, seeing all the sights and learning more about where their children live and learn.
Arcade Fire never fails to disappoint, and their third album The Suburbs is no exception. The seven-piece band, hailing from Montreal, has created an indie folk album that not only makes a statement, but also tells an incredible story.
In an attempt to more efficiently organize Alumni Relations while providing more comfortable accommodations for alumni returning to campus, renovations began over the summer on the Rectory, the center for returning alumni on campus.
On Saturday, Sept. 11, students and visitors alike came to Historic St. Mary’s City to experience the Woodland Indian Discovery Day, a day of activities devoted to the history of the Yaocomaco tribe.