I recently spoke with Jane Margaret “Maggie” O’Brien, the former president of St. Mary’s, about what she’s been involved with lately. She stepped down from the college in July of 2009 and began working for Oxford University’s international program, the College for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS).
An anonymous source delivered a copy of a letter to The Point News that was circulated to over twenty faculty members. The memo details a series of events leading up to a meeting between Professor Tom Barrett, the Chair of the History Department, and President Jane Margaret O’Brien and the Read More
The second annual President’s Reception, hosted by College president Maggie O’Brien and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, was held on Friday, February 20 in Glendening Hall. Attended by most of the senior class, it was an opportunity for the class of ’09 to meet their graduation speaker, Frank Read More
After nearly thirteen years as the residing President of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, Jane Margaret “Maggie” O’Brien has decided to resign from office. The campus community has responded to the news with mixed opinions, but overall a genuine sense of loss. In response to O’Brien’s sudden decision, first year Read More
On January 7, during winter break, St. Mary’s students learned of President Jane Margaret O’Brien’s intention to resign her post as president of the College through an email message composed by James P. Muldoon, the Chairman of the Board of Trustees. The all-student email explained that, after she officially steps Read More