Tuesday, July 25, 2017
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On Earth Day, April 22, protesters gathered on the National Mall, marching to Union Square in support of scientists and researchers whose work would be affected by federal budget cuts to the National Institutes of Health and the Department...
Following Donald J. Trump’s election to become the 45th president of the United States of America, members of the Democratic party pledged to “#Resist.” Internet and Television personalities, columnists, members of Congress, think-tanks and grass root activists alike have...
In late 2016, a truck plowed through a Christmas market in Berlin. This kind of attack, known as “low tech, soft target terrorism” is the kind of attack that is virtually unpreventable. Aside from the constant act of gathering...
Project Ballet Futures has been taking a unique approach to saving children worldwide from poverty in poorer regions of the developing world. It is a scholarship program that provides free ballet education to middle and high school aged children...
“It took me quite a long time to understand where he came from. The little prince, who asked me so many questions, never seemed to hear the ones I asked him.” -The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry   Usually, it...
Thursday, April 13 saw the last of this semester’s VOICES Reading Series with a poem reading by poet Ruth Irupé Sanabría. Sanabría, whose first collection of poetry, The Strange House Testifies, won second place in the 2010 Annual Latino...
With Bottom County Festival just around the corner (April 29 at Chancellors Point), you may find yourself wondering what the band lineup will be like this year. Ethan Thomas Hall Ethan Thomas Hall is a sophomore at St. Mary’s College...
It’s that time of year again.  We’re heading towards the end of the academic year which means final exams and papers will be due. Most students feel some stress during finals. Some people experience stress as overwhelming and feel stuck,...
On Wed., March 29, Dr. Bethany Wasik spoke at the NS&M Colloquium and gave a talk titled “Adventures in #AltAc: How to Evolve from Biologist to Editor and Still Find Time to Tweet about It.” Wasik was invited to...
Abortion has been a contentious issue in America for many years, sparking many a heated debate between those who are Pro-Choice and those who call themselves ‘Pro-Life,’ a group I would more aptly name Anti-Choice. For those who do...