Right to the Point: Sunday, October 16th, 2016



Cross Country athletes ran their final regular season race as Seahawks. Captains Alex Schoen and Grace Humphries as well as Eric Ortiz competed at the Hood College Invitational this Saturday. Schoen has ran as a Seahawk for two years, Ortiz for three, and Humphries four.


Square feet, the size of Anne Arundel Hall. The building was officially dedicated of October 15th. It has been open for classes since August 29th, 2016. To read more, Click here.


Million dollars was granted to SMCM by the State of Maryland in order to refurbish our wireless internet infrastructure. Rebecca Ritter of The Point News reports “The project… upgraded the severely out-of-date routers and network switches that made up St. Mary’s network.” To read the full article click here.


The score of game 5 in the series between MLB teams The Los Angeles Dodgers and The Washington Nationals. The loss disappointed many Nationals fans on campus this Friday.


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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