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Taylor Schafer

April 19, 20138:54 am

Four Seniors To Complete ‘Ride Across America’



Fun fact: It is 3,440 miles from the Washington Monument in Washington DC to the San Francisco Bay in California. About 5 and a half hours by plane and 1.5 days by car, seniors Nathan Smith, Alex Cole, Lukas Iriola, and Devin Jerrard will see every mile of this cross-country journey from their bicycles, in […]

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April 8, 20137:23 pm

Art Students Project Talent in ‘Lightscape’



On April 3, students of the Advanced Digital Art class displayed their projects on the sides of various campus buildings. Work was projected on the Admissions Field, the ARC, Montgomery Hall, Goodpaster Hall, and the Campus Center.                                

March 26, 201311:55 am

Seniors Celebrate 50 Days Until Graduation



On Friday, March 22, the senior class gathered at the State House for the annual 50 Days celebration. The event commemorated the seven weeks and one night left in the senior class’ St. Mary’s careers as they enjoyed wine and refreshments before heading to the Green Door from the remainder of the celebration.     […]

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September 27, 20145:10 pm

Welcome from the Student Trustee


Greetings St. Mary’s community! My name is Taylor Schafer and I am proud and honored to be your student trustee for the 2014-2015 school year! As a senior and very involved member of the community, I will serve as the voice and a liaison between the student body and the Board of Trustees. I want […]

October 6, 20133:33 pm

Tackling ‘Bad Words, Bad Language, and Bullying on Campus’


DISCLAIMER: Explicit or triggering language is used in this article. Slut. Faggot. Whore. Cunt. “That’s gay.” “You’re so retarded.” If these words don’t make you feel uncomfortable, why not? It’s not a criticizing question, it’s just part of a profound realization that our society has become so desensitized to words with hateful roots. We barely […]

September 21, 20131:23 pm

Renovations to The Pub and Upper Deck Nearly Complete


After the recent transition into the new food services operation on campus, renovations in the Upper Deck area of the Campus Center and The Pub on North Campus are nearly complete. Changes to the food services on campus began on Aug. 29, which included extended hours in the Great Room (now open from 7 a.m. […]

April 23, 201310:48 pm

Administration Clarifies Concerns About Public Safety


Over the past few weeks, there has been much buzz and confusion throughout campus about the newly hired Public Safety Director, Sean Tallarico, and his plans for Public Safety (PS) as he assumes his new role. Tallarico spoke at the March 26 Student Government Association (SGA) meeting, in which questions were raised by student leaders […]

March 15, 201312:30 am

Bike Shop to host ‘Du the Point’ duathlon



On Saturday March 30, runners and cyclists of the St. Mary’s community will get the chance to showcase their talents throughout Historic and down Route 5, and for a good cause. The SMCM Bike Shop, in alliance with the Cross Country team and Circle K International, will host the College’s first duathlon event titled Du […]

March 12, 201311:49 am

Junior to Lead International Service Trip to Nicaragua



In continuation of her project started last semester while completing a three-month internship abroad, junior Cristy Tono will be leading nine other students on a service trip this May to Nicaragua. In the fall Tono’s aim, in her internship through the Foundation for Sustainable Development, was to bring more environmental awareness to the community of […]

March 4, 20133:03 pm

St. Mary’s Day Reflects Public Honors College Image



On Friday March 1, the St. Mary’s community gathered in the Great Room to celebrate the second annual St. Mary’s Day. St. Mary’s Day was started last year to provide a day for the campus to come together to discuss issues such as race, stereotypes, and the College’s vision as a whole. This year the […]

February 20, 201312:09 am

OSA Begins Orientation 2013 Process


After the leaving of Coordinator of Orientation and Service Sola Ogundele and upcoming graduation of over 30 seniors who were 2012 Orientation Leaders, the Office of Student Activities has begun its work on the 2013 Orientation process. That work includes hiring new Orientation Co-chairs sophomores Teresa Padgett and Bryan Pelkey, filling Ogundele’s vacancy, and accepting […]

February 19, 20133:09 pm

SGA Senate Elections Results


On Feb. 12, the Student Government Association (SGA) opened its Senate elections for the spring semester. Open seats up for grabs included one seat in Caroline Hall, Prince George Hall (PG), and Townhouses, and two seats in Waring Commons (WC) and Lewis Quad (LQ). Elections closed on Feb. 15, and the winners were finalized over […]

February 2, 20134:17 pm

Diversity Efforts on Campus to Broaden


With the recent departure of staff members like Coordinator of Orientation and Service Sola Ogundele, Assistant Vice President for Academic Services Lenny Howard, and Residence Life Assistant Director for Recruitment and Development Clinton Gilbert ’07, the college is striving to replace those key outlets for diverse students on campus. All three staff members were heavily […]