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”

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 PhD from the University of Washington and came to SMCM after her postdoctoralContinue reading “SMCM Welcomes Elizabeth Enright to Psychology Department”

Poet Luisa A. Igloria Featured in VOICES Reading Series

By Charlotte Mayer The VOICES Reading Series held its first reading of the school year on Thursday, Sept. 9. It took place in Daugherty-Palmer Commons at 8:15 p.m. and featured the accomplished writer, professor, and poet Luisa A. Igloria. Igloria is the author of “Maps for Migrants and Ghosts,” “The Buddha Wonders if She isContinue reading “Poet Luisa A. Igloria Featured in VOICES Reading Series”

Student Artist Spotlight: Maggie Malia

By Eleanor Pratt  Senior Maggia Malia has been creating art for her entire life. From a young age she was teaching herself to draw and paint using tutorials from the internet. One of her earliest memories is going to Barnes & Noble with her grandparents and getting a Harry Potter sketchbook to learn from. FromContinue reading “Student Artist Spotlight: Maggie Malia”