As one of the College’s annual traditions, World Carnival almost always manages to draw a large crowd of students and surrounding St. Mary’s County citizens to the Admissions Field in order to partake in all of its spring festivities.
Despite the rain and blasting winds, several students and professors trekked to the Boyden Gallery on Thursday, Nov. 12 to listen to tips from Food & Water Watch for organizing grassroots campaigns. The session was part of a food-themed night, followed by the Writer’s Harvest. Food & Water Watch (F&WW) Read More
On Monday, Nov. 11, Veterans Day, Vietnam War veteran and postwar writer Wayne Karlin discussed his new book Wandering Souls: Journeys with the Dead and the Living in Viet Nam. The book is a true story of a soldier’s experiences during and after the war that defined his life and Read More
The voices of St. Mary’s College Chamber Singers echoed through the recital hall in Montgomery Hall to start off the Choir and Brass Ensemble Concert on Friday, Nov. 6. Many students, families and locals attended either the 4:00 p.m. or 8:00 p.m. performances. The concert consisted of the St. Mary’s Read More
On Friday, April 17, the co-founder of Food Not Bombs, Keith McHenry, gave a lecture on food and social justice. The lecture was hosted by the Global Justice League. Earlier that day, in the spirit of Food Not Bombs, the club handed out bagels that they retrieved while dumpster diving. Read More
The library, typically a place of silence and study, was transformed into a 12 hole mini golf course on Friday, April 24th. With holes snaking through reference books, periodicals and even chairs, students and faculty had to demonstrate pro-level putting skills on this challenging par 45. The fundraiser for the Read More
The dance show’s theme, “Born to Dance” was fulfilled as students both in and out of the dance club got the chance to perform and show the college how they like to move it. Makeyda Hilliard, a senior and president of the dance club, lamented not working more with the Read More