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The Women’s March, Encouraging Women to Vote and Run for Office

One year ago, on Jan. 21, 2017, people flooded into the streets across America, with marches happening from coast to coast, in protest of the election of Donald Trump. Approximately four million people marched that day, making it “likely to be the largest single-day demonstration in recorded U.S. history,” according Read More

Maritime Archaeologist Delivers Egypt Lecture

Emad Khalil Ph.D., of Alexandria University in Egypt, specializes in underwater archaeology – unearthing sunken remains of the city in its ancient, founding days, the remains of which have been sunken and preserved in silt from the flooding of the Nile and surrounding waterways. Khalil’s presentation, titled “Egypt: Crossroads of Read More

Subhah Agarwal Entertains While Taking on Serious Matters

Subhah Agarwal, a comedian, actress and writer for “The Jim Jefferies Show” on Comedy Central, gave an hour-long performance at St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s (SMCM) Cole Cinema on Jan. 22.  Agarwal revealed anecdotes from her life with self-deprecating humor. With her Indian-American heritage as a central theme, she delivered Read More

Andrea Gibson Represents Gender Galaxy at SMCM

At the 2017 National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) convention, Aissatou Thiaw, ‘20, Director of Awareness and Diversity for the Student Government Association (SGA) and Programs Board searched for possible events to host on campus this semester. So far as a result of the conference, spoken word artist Andrea Gibson Read More