Blue Angel Recap
Nov21

Blue Angel Recap

Last weekend, Friday the 11th through Saturday the 12th, was the annual Blue Angel variety show hosted by the music fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, here on campus. Treasurer of the fraternity, Michael Flicek, along with the rest of the fraternity brothers, were very busy in the weeks before the show with rehearsal and set up. Flicek explained that most of the Brothers were involved in the show as well as the ones responsible for...

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A Thought: Harry Potter
Nov21

A Thought: Harry Potter

Public Service Announcement: The New Wizarding World Movie written by J.K. Rowling, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them has now opened in theaters and it is just as great as the other Harry Potter movies. Before there was Harry Potter, before there was Lord Voldemort, and before Albus Dumbledore was headmaster at Hogwarts, there was Newt Scamander. The movie is set 70 years before the first Harry Potter’s time period in New York...

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Newsum closes out career with 66th at NCAAs
Nov21

Newsum closes out career with 66th at NCAAs

Donny Nadeau Sports Information Director LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Jovan Newsum (Glendale Heights, Ill.) had a simple goal heading into his final collegiate cross country meet—make his last race his best race. And the Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota senior did just that—and more. Newsum, competing in his second NCAA Division III Cross Country National Championships, turned in the best eight-kilometer performance of his career—and...

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Presidential Election of 2016: A news analysis
Nov14

Presidential Election of 2016: A news analysis

Grace Van Beest Editor-in-Chief When the people of the United States of America awoke on the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 9, our nation had a new president. Donald John Trump, the Republican candidate, was elected as the 45th president of the United States, and all over the country — including here on our Saint Mary’s campus — there were mixed emotions. Many people stayed awake that Tuesday night until 2 a.m. to hear the results of the...

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Vote. Vote. Vote.
Nov07

Vote. Vote. Vote.

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English majors present at scholarly conference
Nov07

English majors present at scholarly conference

Emily Loof Copy Editor Saint Mary’s University students capitalized on the opportunity to present their work in a public setting, according to student attendees of an English conference last weekend in Dubuque, Iowa.   Juniors Michael O’Brien Britton and Lupita Gonzalez and seniors Rachel Steiner, Ellen Hinck, and Sami Johnston traveled to Dubuque last Friday and Saturday to attend and present at the ninth annual Streamlines...

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