This Month in SMCM Sports History

By: Ellie Pratt 10/20/1954: It was reported in Signal News that the Volleyball “Triple Round Robin Tournament” began with each class choosing a captain and team name for the season. Seniors chose “Sexy Senior Siren;” juniors were the “Volley Bells and their Beaux;” sophomores picked “Happy Wanderers”; and freshmen were the “Jumping Beans.” The sophomoresContinue reading “This Month in SMCM Sports History”

Student Athlete Spotlight: Logan Musumeci

By: Annilee Hampton First year Logan Musumeci is already making his mark at SMCM. Musumeci was named United East Conference Men’s Runner of the Week not only for the week of Sept. 7, but also for the week of Sept. 28. Musumeci received the honor for leading the Seahawks to a second place finish atContinue reading “Student Athlete Spotlight: Logan Musumeci”

SMCM Alum Competes In Tokyo Olympics

By: Annilee Hampton St. Mary’s College of Maryland alum Farrah Hall ‘03 competed in the RS:X event at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo over the summer. Hall graduated from Broadneck High School in Annapolis, MD in 1999. From there, she went on to study biology at SMCM, from which she graduated in 2003. Hall taughtContinue reading “SMCM Alum Competes In Tokyo Olympics”

Two Students Injured in Shooting at Virginia High School

By: Hannah Yale On Sep. 20, two students were shot at Heritage High School in Newport News, VA during an attack by a fellow student.  The Newport News Police Department confirmed that the individuals who were shot were a 17-year-old male and a 17-year-old female. The male survivor was shot multiple times– once in hisContinue reading “Two Students Injured in Shooting at Virginia High School”

Vaccine Rates at SMCM vs Other Colleges

By: Ellie Pratt According to the COVID-19 dashboard on the St. Mary’s College of Maryland website, our current vaccination rate sits at 95% with three active cases as of Sept. 29. For the fall 2021 semester, all SMCM students are required to wear face masks while indoors and all students, employees, student guests and visitorsContinue reading “Vaccine Rates at SMCM vs Other Colleges”

Best Coffee Houses of St. Mary’s County

By: Lily Riesett There is nothing more quintessential to the college experience than an overpriced cup of liquid energy used to make it through the endless hours of studying. Luckily, St. Mary’s County is chock-full of coffee shops that are easily accessible to St. Mary’s College students. From establishments in Historic St. Mary’s City toContinue reading “Best Coffee Houses of St. Mary’s County”

Office of International Education Holds Virtual Study Abroad Fair

By: Charlotte Mayer SMCM’s Office of International Education hosted a Virtual Study Abroad Fair on Thursday, Sept. 23. This event included “lightning round sessions with special guests joining live from around the world,” according to InsideSMCM. Students were able to join at different times throughout the day to ask specific questions to the school’s programContinue reading “Office of International Education Holds Virtual Study Abroad Fair”

SMCM Welcomes Elizabeth Enright to Psychology Department

By: Maggie Warnick This fall with the return to in-person classes in full swing, it has become easier to notice new faces among the St. Mary’s faculty. One of these faces is Dr. Elizabeth Enright in the Psychology department. Enright received her Ph.D. from the University of Washington and came to SMCM after her postdoctoralContinue reading “SMCM Welcomes Elizabeth Enright to Psychology Department”

Vaccine Rates at SMCM vs Other Colleges

By: Ellie Pratt According to the COVID-19 dashboard on the St. Mary’s College of Maryland website, our current vaccination rate sits at 95% with three active cases as of Sept. 29. For the fall 2021 semester, all SMCM students are required to wear face masks while indoors and all students, employees, student guests and visitorsContinue reading “Vaccine Rates at SMCM vs Other Colleges”

Office of International Education Holds Virtual Study Abroad Fair

By: Charlotte Mayer SMCM’s Office of International Education hosted a Virtual Study Abroad Fair on Thursday, Sept. 23. This event included “lightning round sessions with special guests joining live from around the world,” according to InsideSMCM. Students were able to join at different times throughout the day to ask specific questions to the school’s programContinue reading “Office of International Education Holds Virtual Study Abroad Fair”