Contrary to popular belief, there are no bad or ugly bananas (I have no sources to confirm this claim is indeed contrary to popular belief; however, I will proceed with this supposition). Of course, people have preferences regarding bananas. For example, my roommate prefers green to yellow bananas while I Read More
The Baseball Field Sure, you know it’s there. But where? Surely it’s not where you think it is. That would be far too obvious. “But Georgie”, you cry, “I’ve seen it; it’s on the campus maps!” Is it? Is it really? You can only truly find the baseball field after Read More
“Without Freedom of thought there can be no such thing as wisdom; and no such thing as public liberty, without freedom of speech.” ― Benjamin Franklin More and more every single day, the first amendment of the United States Constitution is besieged by the far left. In particular, on college Read More
On Feb. 22, St. Mary’s faculty, staff, and students were granted a day where they could address the issue of race and stereotypes and participate in discussions and workshops on campus. As President Joe Urgo explained in a school email, the campus community was asked to “spend the day envisioning our collective Read More
My oh my! There sure has been a lot of excitement floating around campus these past few weeks. I would insert a joke about the mold to the tune of “holy moldy!” or another reference to the “love boat,” but I don’t want to be cliché. Though I am not Read More
On November 9, President Urgo held another of his regular presidential forums.
There was a lot of love for President Joe Urgo at this year’s first Board of Trustees general session. The meeting, held on the Saturday during fall break, was Molly Mahoney Matthews’s first as the Chair of the Board of Trustees and also marked the first held with President Joe Urgo at the head of St. Mary’s College of Maryland.