Last Thursday, April 1 at 6:00 p.m., St. Mary’s students and staff gathered in St. Mary’s Hall to listen to a lecture given by Bruce Riedel, an expert on political transition and counter terrorism and the former policy adviser to Barack Obama during his presidential campaign. The lecture was sponsored Read More
Many complaints have been filed about the condition of Caroline Hall, one of three co-ed dormitories on the St. Mary’s campus. According to Caroline residents, problems with hot water and the physical appearance of the building have been apparent for several months, and have not improved.
Cancer is a life-threatening disease that is responsible for one out of every four deaths in the United States each year. Despite an annual decrease in the cancer mortality rate, many still fall victim to it – last year alone, nearly 1,479,350 Americans were diagnosed with cancer. This terrible disease, Read More
A presentation given by artist, author and educator Mary Stewart captivated St. Mary’s students and faculty last Thursday evening. Stewart has been painting and drawing since she was a child. She said, “My father only allowed [my brother and I] to watch an hour of T.V a day…so I just Read More
Anyone who has seen the Circle K Foundation in action knows that the group does what it takes to reach an important goal. Just recently, members of Circle K made and delivered pizza to St. Mary’s students across campus to raise money for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Members are Read More
St. Mary’s students gathered last Thursday evening in Daugherty-Palmer Commons to listen to poetry written and read by E. Ethelbert Miller, a writer and literary activist. The program began with a brief biography of Miller, given by Dr. Jeffrey Coleman, an English Professor at St. Mary’s. After Dr. Coleman’s introduction, Read More
Hundreds of spectators lined the banks of the St. Mary’s River to watch the sixteenth annual Cardboard Boat Race last Saturday as part of the College’s 2009 Family Weekend.
The Cardboard Boat Race consisted of twenty teams, many composed of both faculty members and students. Leanne Gradijan, a first-year student at St. Mary’s and a race participant, said that each team was required to follow a specific set of rules governing boat construction.