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April 15, 20148:04 pm

The Annual Mark Twain Lecture Series: Sarah Vowell, Author and Voice Actress, Talks Humor and History

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On Friday, April 11, St. Mary’s College of Maryland held the seventh annual Mark Twain Lecture Series on Humor and Culture. The evening’s guest was author and journalist Sarah Vowell, who is best known for her historical non-fiction books, which are often written with a darkly humorous tone. Her most recent books include The Wordy […]

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April 15, 20148:04 pm

4th Annual Bottom County Festival Draws Crowds for Music and Fun in the Sun

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By Yna Davis, Contributing Writer St. Mary’s students were brought together on Sat, April 12 for the Bottom County Festival, a beautiful day of off-campus fun at nearby nature park Chancellor’s Point. An annual event since 2011, when it was brought back by the suggestion of alumnus Mike Benjamin (’09), the Bottom County Festival is […]

April 15, 20148:04 pm

Cultural Dance Club’s ‘Festival of Flags’ a Success

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The Cultural Dance Club held its second-ever performance, Festival of Flags with the Cultural Dance Club,  on the weekend of April 4 through 6 in St. Mary’s Hall.  Each dance number introduced the audience to music and choreography that originated from around the world.  The dancers enthusiastically joined the choreographers for an introduction dance at the opening of […]

April 15, 20148:04 pm

Los Primos: Your Fresher (and Yummier) Alternative to Taco Bell

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I had heard legends – whispers, if you will – of an authentic Mexican taquería hidden in the Millison Plaza in Lexington Park, just past Sake Japanese Restaurant and your friendly neighborhood Rita’s. I was curious to sample its flavors, as I couldn’t believe that such a place could exist in little ol’ LexPark. The […]

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April 15, 20148:03 pm

M.E.G.A. Showcase Celebrates Diversity

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On Saturday, April 5, the second annual Multicultural Expressions Generating Awareness, otherwise known as the M.E.G.A. Showcase, was held in the Athletic and Recreation Center. The Showcase is the brainchild of juniors Demara Austin and Derrick Fyfield, developed as a means of combining both the Black Student Union (BSU) and Drum Corps annual shows. “Since […]

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  • Latest issue out now and online! Bottom County pics, Twain Lecture, cultural dance, tacos...the good stuff.,
  • MD legislature approves grant which reduces in-state tuition by 8.6%, to $11,195 per year. Happy days are here again.,
  • It's a double surprise: and are the TWO bands co-headlining World Carnival on April 26!,
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