Avoiding the unwanted gift of the season
Dec06

Avoiding the unwanted gift of the season

Enchanting snowflakes Cozy blankets with hot drinks Blazing flames of fire Wintertime and all its splendors are fast upon us. Along with its brisk weather and holidays, this season also has a reputation for bringing an abundance of sickness. One predominant reason why is students are spending more time inside with the windows shut tight, making it more likely to breathe in the same air as somebody who is already sick. Plus, less...

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Raising awareness for those in need
Apr10

Raising awareness for those in need

By Brigette Audette and Blake Matuska Contributors   The students in LCT 375 Global Issues created campaigns and fundraisers to bring awareness of the Israel-Palestine conflict to the Saint Mary’s University community. The awareness campaign was held on Wednesday, March 30, in Saint Mary’s Hall. The class is intended to teach students about the difficulties the Palestinians and Israelis face every day and why they face them. This...

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Review: The Drowsy Chaperone
Mar14

Review: The Drowsy Chaperone

By Emily Loof, Copy Editor   The Theatre and Dance Department performed their much-anticipated spring musical this weekend. The Drowsy Chaperone is director Gary Diomandes’ last show on the Saint Mary’s Winona Campus. During my time with the Cardinal so far, I’ve worn many hats but have primarily acted as the sports writer, having been an athlete my whole life and thus being pretty knowledgeable about that landscape. So when I...

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Club profile: The Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Jan31

Club profile: The Catholic Daughters of the Americas

By Shanna Stencel, Contributor   What does it truly mean to be a Catholic woman? How can I apply my faith while on campus? If you have asked questions similar to these, then don’t hesitate to consider becoming a Catholic Daughter. The Catholic Daughters of the Americas strive to develop and nurture their God-given talents and abilities, while enhancing leadership skills. Here at Saint Mary’s, the group meets the first...

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Why Palestine Matters
Nov16

Why Palestine Matters

By Chloe Morrison, Copy Editor   Student groups in LCT 375 Global Issues Section C hosted an awareness campaign on Nov. 9 in Saint Mary’s Hall to inform students, faculty and staff about the current Israel-Palestine conflict. Held on Nov. 9 in Saint Mary’s Hall, the campaign was created by junior students at Saint Mary’s who are currently in the Global Issues course, taught by Dr. Dorothy Diehl. LCT courses are intended to teach...

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Global Issues class campaigns for children’s rights awareness
Oct30

Global Issues class campaigns for children’s rights awareness

  — By Grace Van Beest, Copy Editor —   Attention, students! Children’s rights is an issue that needs our attention. There are children in developing countries who are growing up in places that are very unstable. Some of these children grow up without parents, either because they have been abandoned or because their parents were killed as a result of war or conflict. Because war and conflict are all these children know,...

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