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Category: News

News-in-brief: Seniors Receive Funding for SMP

Two students in the St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) biology department recently got individual funding for their research on the fast-acting antidepressant L-655,708. Seniors Marilyn Stewart, a biology major, and Max Madden, a double major in biochemistry and psychology, received funding through the scientific research honor society Sigma Xi and Read More

Is Solomon Really a Seahawk?

St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) students have been represented by the Seahawk mascot since 1984. The seahawk costume currently in use was unveiled and named Solomon in 2008. But, according to multiple people with expertise in bird anatomy, Solomon is not, in fact, a seahawk. The Empath, a previous Read More

Admissions Crisis Update

Since the Fall of 2013, admissions rates at St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) have been steadily dropping. On the College’s Office of Institutional Research (OIR) website, the reality is stark, with incoming classes dropping from 383 students in the Fall of 2013 to 342 in the Fall of 2017. Read More

The New Student is “Excited” and “Honored” to be enrolled at SMCM

Disclaimer: This article was published as a part of our April Fools Edition. To see the full PDF version, click here. The St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) Class of 2023 consists of one lone student. Since 2014, SMCM has been below the undergraduate student headcount goal according to the Office Read More