For many of us as students on-campus, our interactions with the St. Mary’s community do not reach far beyond the weekend run to Sheetz or Chipotle. Despite how we may distance ourselves from our neighbors, though, their fate impacts our own.
Over a dozen St. Mary’s students passionate about the environment protested the use of coal energy in what has been called, “The biggest act of civil disobedience against global warming in American history”. The protest against the Capitol Power Plant, which occurred Monday, March 2, was attended by over a Read More
On Feb. 27, over 11,000 people, most between the ages of 18 and 24, congregated in D.C. for the largest conference on energy and climate change in the nation’s history. Power Shift 2009, run by the Energy Action Coalition, was held at the DC Convention Center from Friday, Feb. 27 Read More
This spring break, the Habitat for Humanity club will be heading to Greenville, Georgia. The club has gone on these trips for the last six years. Two years ago the club went to Alabama and last year they went to Greenville. The purpose of the trip is to build a Read More