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Author: mnthompson

The Future of Fracking

On Feb. 26, The Center for the Study of Democracy, The St. Mary’s River Watershed Association, The League of Women Voters, and The Natural Science and Mathematics Colloquium hosted a well-attended panel discussion in St. Mary’s Hall on “the Future of Fracking in the Chesapeake.” The panel included discussions by Guy Alsentzer, Director Read More

Assorted Events Held at Pub

This semester, the College community is seeking to uphold the mission of The Pub by featuring a variety of events, other than the usual food and drink services, that faculty, staff, and students will enjoy. On Oct. 3, the Office of Student Activities sponsored the screening of the Presidential debate Read More

Field Hockey Hopeful as Playoffs Approach

With the Capital Athletic Conference underway, St. Mary’s women’s field hockey team has demonstrated their strength and determination so far this season. After the ups and downs they have experienced throughout the first 12 games, women’s field hockey continues moving forward. On Saturday, Oct. 6, the squad earned their first Read More

Dr. Perline Shows Students the Light at NSM Lecture

On September 19, Dr. Ron Perline, a professor of calculus and differential geometry at Drexel University, presented his topic, “Non-Euclidean Flashlights: A Tale of Two Blackboards”, for the Natural Science and Mathematics Colloquium. Dr. Perline, who was the PH.D advisor of St. Mary’s professor of mathematics, Emek Köse, formatted his Read More