Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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Just over two weeks ago, Kim Jong-nam, the Kim family’s eldest son, was assassinated at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. While the North Korean government denies any involvement, Malaysia and South Korea have both publicly denounced Kim Jong-un for...
On Feb. 17, 2019, Ecuador held general elections to nominate a new president into office.  With 40 percent of the popular vote needed in order to win the election, neither Vice president Lenin Moreno, receiving 39.36 percent of the...
Mar-a-Lago is President Donald Trump’s Palm Beach estate which he has deemed “The Winter White House.” Critics have raised concerns about security, fiscal irresponsibility, conflicts of interest and hypocrisy in regards to Trump’s visits to his estate. A picture...
Two distinguished lecturers visited St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) over the past week. The Center for the Study of Democracy brought Professor Tatiana A. Shakeleina and Senator Ben Cardin (MD-D) to campus in order to discuss the ongoing...
On Feb. 25, the Democratic National Committee moved to elect former Labor Secretary Thomas Perez as the new chairman of the DNC. Perez triumphed over Congressman Keith Ellison of the Minnesota Fifth congressional district.  Congressman Ellison was the favorite...
People have eagerly awaited the recent production and release of “A Dog’s Purpose.” The movie was released Jan. 27, and was based on the 2010 novel of the same name by humorist W. Bruce Cameron. A few weeks before...
In the upcoming months, minors on trial in New York City can potentially be placed in the alternative Brooklyn Justice Initiatives program instead of being sent to jail. This program will be offered to minors accused of misdemeanors such...
On Feb. 22, founder of Ecoartspace Patricia Watts gave a lecture entitled Art and Ecology: Some Kind of Nature at Cole Cinema on her work as a curator interested in the environment. Watts has curated countless exhibitions, and is...
The use of opioids and opioid-use fatalities have increased drastically over the five years in Maryland and across the country. In Maryland, heroin and Fentanyl are two of the most abused opioids. Heroin is an opioid drug made from...
Condoms, lube, organic lollipops, games, free stuff, lectures, and more?! What’s not to love at St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s sex week? Sex Week was held the week of Feb. 13, and was a fun and educational program that...