Headphone Disco brings personalized dance party to Saint Mary’s
Jan31

Headphone Disco brings personalized dance party to Saint Mary’s

By Sami Johnston, Feature Editor   There was just one change to the usual ingredients for a great night out at last Friday’s dance event on campus: the music was pumped directly into the ears of the dancers rather than out loud through a speaker. That’s right, under the typical dark setting lit with multicolored flashing lights, Saint Mary’s students got their groove thing on using over-the-ear Bluetooth headphones to listen to a...

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Swim and dive alumni open: Familiar races with familiar faces
Jan29

Swim and dive alumni open: Familiar races with familiar faces

By Grace VanBeest, Copy Editor   The Saint Mary’s Swimming and Diving program hosted its annual Alumni Open in the Jul Gernes pool on Saturday, Jan. 23. “This is one of the meets that all of us [swimmers] look forward to because we get to see and swim with the alumni,” senior captain Christina Weldai said. “It is really great to see the current team swimming against the graduates. Our program has always...

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Five minutes with hockey player Chad Cesarz
Jan27

Five minutes with hockey player Chad Cesarz

By Emily Loof, Copy Editor   The men’s hockey team is currently contending for a playoff spot in the MIAC conference and stands in fifth place. Prior to Saturday’s  home game against Gustavus Adolphus College, the Cardinals spoke to the man behind the #16 face mask, Chad Cesarz. Cesarz, a sophomore Sports Management/Business Intelligence and Analytics major from Jackson, Mich. was awarded a spot on the MIAC All-Rookie Team during...

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Cardinal sports by the numbers – Jan. 25
Jan25

Cardinal sports by the numbers – Jan. 25

By Donny Nadeau, Sports Information Director   WINONA, Minn. — It’s Monday morning, and time to take one final look back at the highlights of the week that was—by the numbers. 1: Drew DePalma (Armada, Mich.) scored his first collegiate goal in the Cardinal men’s hockey team’s 6-5 overtime loss to Hamline last Friday. DePalma is the third player to score his first goal in a Cardinal uniform this season. 2: Kassie...

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Winner of The Voice performs in the Page Theatre
Jan24

Winner of The Voice performs in the Page Theatre

By Sami Johnston, Feature Editor   Javier Colon, winner of the first season of NBC’s The Voice, appeared on campus on Jan. 18 to perform a solo acoustic act in the Page Theatre. The singer-songwriter, who was coached by Adam Levine in 2011 for the show, played a mix of covers, earlier work, and songs from his upcoming album, Gravity, to reveal his unique blend of acoustic soul. Fans since Colon’s days on The Voice, junior Rachel...

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