On Feb. 24, President Urgo sent out an all-campus email informing the College community that Laura Bayless would be stepping down from her positions as Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students at the end of the academic year. Five days later, however, Urgo sent another email explaining Read More
On March 23, 2010, Congress passed The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as “Obamacare.” Two years later, the Obama administration is sweating out the Supreme Court’s consideration of the law. While some thought the Supreme Court may kick the can down the road by ruling on Read More
I haven’t read “The Hunger Games” nor the other two books in the series. But like most Americans, I substituted reading the novel with watching the movie. The movie was a great film filled with rich character development, consuming plot points, romance, and heart-wrenching violence. I assume the books are Read More
On Wednesday, January 25th, the St. Mary’s men’s basketball team defeated Hood College in an 18-point defensive battle. With a score of 64 to 46, the Seahawks were dominant in Cole Arena with 25 defensive rebounds, 13 turnovers, 10 steals, and 8 blocks (a season high).
On Wednesday, October 5, at 8:00 P.M., students from the first floor left hallway of Caroline Hall and other students from Prince George’s Hall and other halls of Caroline met with Joanne Goldwater, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Residence Life, Derek Thornton, Assistant Vice President for Campus Operations, and Kelly Smolinsky, Assistant Director of Residence Life, to discuss the lingering mold problems in those residence halls.
Last semester the Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) Honor Society found an old document in the annals of the school website called the St. Mary’s Way. The document caught the attention of our former ODK executive board because of the discussions ODK was leading on civility and the possibility of an honor code.
On Wednesday, April 6, Nancy Matus spoke to the Hillel Club and members of the public in Schaefer 111. Matus, a retired dermatologist from Easton, PA, is now a Maryland resident and is promoting her debut novel Free like a Bird. Free like a Bird features Yosef Matsevitsky, a Jew, as the story’s protagonist and Ivan, a gentile, Yosef’s friend and later antagonist. Matus described the book as a coming of age tale filled with adventure elements.