Local food movements have been gaining power over the last few years. Books such as Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal, Vegetable, Miracle and Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma both touted the benefits of eating local.
The sheriff’s office has visited campus multiple times this semester. The police were called on at least three separate occasions.
As of Friday, September 18, 62 cars had been towed from the College campus because of parking violations. Though the number is higher than previous years, public safety says that the rules haven’t changed.
When yearly college rankings were revealed, St. Mary’s was picked again as one of the nation’s top public schools. The College is ranked as one of the top five public liberal arts colleges in the nation by the U.S. News and World Report and moved up four spaces to 88 out of the country’s 100 top liberal arts colleges.
On Tuesday, April 20, the Student Government Association passed legislation stating that, “The SGA supports the adoption of a gender-neutral housing policy on North Campus Housing (Lewis Quad, Waring Commons, […]
First, there were the signs, spread around campus. “Have you seen me?” they asked, next to a sea monster’s silhouette. Then, in the dead of night, a tail appeared in St. John’s pond.
The 11th Annual Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Colloquium, (En)gendering Political Change, started with a call to action.
“The most important message of your colloquium is that change can happen. Organized and together, you really can change things,” said Alice Cohan, one of the two speakers from the Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF).
On Friday, Feb. 26, students danced in the Athletic and Recreation Center until 2:30 am for the “Dance Your Shoes Off Dance Marathon!” The event, which was part of the Nest and hosted by the Residence Life Staff and Programs Board, was held to raise donations for Haiti. Attendees were asked to bring a donation of 5 dollars for the American Red Cross or shoes for Soles for Souls.