Right to the Point: Tuesday, October 18th, 2016



School affiliated wifi networks will be able to connect to “Yik Yak” if the Student Government Associations voice is echoed by the Administration. The resolution was passed by SGA this evening. One Senator abstained, one voted “Nay” and everyone else voted for it. To read campus opinions on the matter, please visit our Community Letters Section.


Kilometers the length of the Stomp Out the Stigma “fun run/walk/stroll/roll.” The race is on Saturday, October 22nd. Registration will take place immediately prior to the run, at 10:30 am on the Campus Center patio.


Percent chance that Hillary Clinton wins the presidency according to 538’s predictions. Their prediction is usually relatively reserved. The New York Time’s Upshot predicts a 92% chance HRC will win the presidency. Election day is Tuesday November 8th.


Score of the SMCM Men’s Soccer game against Wesley College last Saturday. First-year Khalid Balogun earned the title “CAC Offensive Player of the Week” for his performance in the match. Read more at SMCM Athletics.


th of October, the night when The Political Science Department at St. Mary’s College of Maryland and the Tri-County MD Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority will be co-hosting a screening of the third presidential debate as well as a conversation about the election. This event is sponsored by St. Mary’s College’s Office of the Dean of Students, the St. Mary’s County Chapter of the NAACP, and Beta Alpha Beta Zeta Chapter, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. It will take place at 8pm in Cole Cinema. SMCM community, please check your email for more information.

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