Bridges, Walls, and Multilateral Negotiations: How Europe is Handling the Migration Crisis

The inevitability of addressing the refugee migration crisis weighs heavily on the European Union (EU), but member nations are still far from reaching a...

Bipartisan Tomfoolery Surrounds U.S. Supreme Court

As of April 6, 2017, both the Democratic and the Republican party have utilized the most extreme tools in their arsenals in order to...

Women and Gender Studies Colloquium

The Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies’ (WGSX) 18th Annual Colloquium took place March 22 and 23. This year the event was centered around the...

Re-Branding of The Point News

Print copies of The Point News’ annual April Fool's edition have begun to circulate the St. Mary’s campus community. Issues are currently scattered around campus. Pick one...

Editions of “Volume 77, Issue Number 8” Now Available in Print

Print copies of The Point News’ most current edition have begun to circulate the St. Mary’s campus community. Issues are currently scattered around campus. Pick one...

Lucille Clifton Honored by the Renaming of the “White House”

After a meeting held by the Board of Trustees on Jan. 27, 2017, approval to rename the small cottage situated at 47491 Trinity Church...

A Conversation with the New Associate Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion/Chief Diversity...

On Oct. 21, 2016, President Tuajuanda Jordan sent out an all-student email marking the completion of the search for a new Associate Vice President...

The Life and Death of Landmark Figure in Roe v. Wade

On Feb. 28, the central figure of Roe v. Wade passed away at the age of 69 due to heart failure. However, Norma McCorvey...

Every Banana Has A Purpose

Contrary to popular belief, there are no bad or ugly bananas (I have no sources to confirm this claim is indeed contrary to popular...

Food (Waste) for Thought

About 4 percent of food is wasted in the United States. The largest source of food waste comes from food service, with 19 percent...