The Jamie L. Roberts Stadium complex will be a state of the art venue for current and future Seahawk athletes to compete on, once finished. In order to ensure that the athletic fields, seating area, and locker rooms are built at an elite level, St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) Read More
Following numerous disappointing seasons and early playoff exits, 2019 was finally the year for the Washington Nationals; the year they were finally able to get over “the hump” and bring a long awaited title to the streets of the District of Columbia. After losing the face-of-the-franchise player, Bryce Harper in Read More
Published on behalf of Eddie Tor C’mon you guys, seriously? We get it. We write about controversial things. We write about the Staff Union. We write about the lights being sabotaged. We write about the poop guy. You think we WANTED to write about the poop guy? No. But we Read More
The Point News (TPN) has released the most factually accurate, true, and not-April Fools edition to date. Read the full April 1, 2019 edition in full here. UPDATE: The entire staff of the Point News has been fired.
Students of a new Biology practicum course are rejoicing, as they have finally consumed most of the lead that was found in Calvert Hall’s drinking water. The course, BIO441: LEAD Practicum, was added as part of the College’s LEAD initiative to give students an opportunity to apply classroom skills in Read More
On Thursday, March 21, renowned Dunder Mifflin Scranton Assistant to the Regional Manager, Dwight Kurt Schrute delivered a lecture at St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) in Daugherty-Palmer Commons (DPC). His lecture covered a wide range of topics, such as fire safety, sales, beet farming and CPR training, to name Read More
In a shocking turn of events, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has announced that Solomon the Seahawk, mascot of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, had a sexual relationship with Sammy the Seagull, mascot of Salisbury University. Rowling uncovered the scandal in the form of a tweet. She posted, “I thought Read More