New blog makes science accessible to all
Dec06

New blog makes science accessible to all

After three years in development, Saint Mary’s University piloted a student-led science blog dedicated to exploring topics in the sciences in an approachable, easy-to-read way. The blog, MindBlown, is the product of the Director of Writing Services, Dr. Peggy Johnson’s, imagination and her collaboration with the science department, specifically with the Dean of Sciences and Health Professions, Dr. Todd Reinhart. With MindBlown,...

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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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Odds, ends, and everything in between
Nov29

Odds, ends, and everything in between

With over 100 years of history under its belt, the campus Saint Mary’s University carries many reminders of the past and some intriguing secrets as well. Take a gander at some of the strange marvels that leave their mark on campus.             McKayla Collins Editor-in-Chief...

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Get cozy with three, dorm-approved desserts
Nov28

Get cozy with three, dorm-approved desserts

Whether trying to ward off cold winter weather, or looking for a well-deserved treat for finals season, these three, easy desserts are sure to please. 2 Ingredient Mug Cake Ingredients: ¾ of a cup of any cake mix ¼ of a cup of water Instructions: Mix cake mix and water in a mug. Microwave for 1 minute. Let cake set if it is still slightly sticky on top. Simple Icing Ingredients: ½ tablespoon of water or milk ½ of a cup of powdered...

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Capturing the spirit of African Night
Nov21

Capturing the spirit of African Night

For the second year, the campus organization Black Students and Allies invited Saint Mary’s to take part in celebrating African Night. The celebration allows students from all parts of Africa to share their culture, customs, food, and diversity with the community. Check out some photos of the festivities below. This slideshow requires JavaScript.   Olivia Osterbauer Senior Staff Writer, Multimedia...

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Saint Mary’s favorite Thanksgiving food
Nov20

Saint Mary’s favorite Thanksgiving food

Find out what Thanksgiving food is Saint Mary’s favorite.   Olivia Osterbauer Senior Staff Writer, Multimedia...

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