Eric Wilzig gave a thrilling, magical performance at St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) on Friday, Feb. 16. Wilzig has performed on NBC’s hit show America’s Got Talent, along with international shows in Europe, Israel and the Caribbean. His brand is “extreme magic;” he specializes in stunts, illusions and escapes. Wilzig Read More
DISCLAIMER: Explicit or triggering language is used in this article. Slut. Faggot. Whore. Cunt. “That’s gay.” “You’re so retarded.” If these words don’t make you feel uncomfortable, why not? It’s not a criticizing question, it’s just part of a profound realization that our society has become so desensitized to words Read More
From Thursday, Jan. 17 to Monday, Jan. 21, SGA Programs Board hosted a variety of events on campus to welcome students back from winter break. The events included spoken word artist Hidden Legacy, magician Jay Mattioli, comedians and college dating coaches Dave and Ethan, comedy duo Dakaboom and this week’s Read More
Nearly every seat in the campus center was filled during Coffeehouse last Thursday, Feb. 9. The performance was hosted by the Black Student Union (BSU) and the Student Government Association (SGA) Programs Board, and featured several different types of expression, including poetry, rap, and song. The performance began with two Read More
Welcome Back Weekend drew crowds of students to the three events organized by the Student Government Association (SGA) programs board. The events ran Jan. 20-22, and included the 2011 comedy-drama film “50/50” in Cole Cinema, Hypnotist Tom Deluca, and the return of the band Pearl and the Beard to the Read More
Loni Love has cancelled on us. Again. Last semester, Programs Board finally revealed that comic Loni Love would be gracing St. Mary’s with an act, but shortly thereafter, Love cancelled. She was rebooked to perform as part of Program Board’s Welcome Back Weekend, but on Saturday night, Director of Campus Programming and junior Francis Rodezno sent out an all-student email informing the campus that Love had cancelled her Sunday, Sept. 4 show.
World Carnival, a long standing annual tradition at the College, serves as a reminder that the community is part of a larger picture both regionally and internationally. The event, which often serves as a symbol to the student body of another school year coming to a close, has always been a large focal point for the Programs Board since its inception. This year, however, the Programs Board is touting the event as one of the most extravagant and diverse school functions yet.