SMU Player Profile: Garrett Grunke
Oct23

SMU Player Profile: Garrett Grunke

Alex Gowan-Nuehring Staff Writer Through 16 games, one of the leading scorers for the Cardinals has been junior Garrett Grunke with 10 points (4 goals and 2 assists) on just 17 shots. That’s a bunch of points, especially for someone that didn’t play offense last year. Grunke moved from defender to midfielder this year and that move has helped SMU Men’s Soccer team move into contention for a playoff spot. He said that being moved to...

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Writing Studio is open for business
Oct07

Writing Studio is open for business

Emily Loof Copy Editor The Saint Mary’s Writing Studio is back and better than ever.   This year, the peer tutors who run the Writing Studio have extended hours, including a new night shift at the library.   A service of the Student Success Center, the Writing Studio provides assistance through five student tutors who are involved in upper-division courses and experienced in high-level writing. The tutors, however, are not...

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Weekly Interview- Aidan Goodman: A Coffee Connoisseur
Oct07

Weekly Interview- Aidan Goodman: A Coffee Connoisseur

Michael Flicek Staff Writer It’s that time of the day again — a time we’ve all come to know and love. For some, this time of the day is the first conscious attempt to combat wildly violent yawns or morning grogginess. For others, this time is critical to the success of completing huge assignments that have been put off until the night before they’re due.     Personally, this time of the day is sacred, almost ritualistic and, when...

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A look at the upcoming election
Oct03

A look at the upcoming election

Mariah Schlueter Staff Writer Election 2016 is in full swing upon us. Regardless of political affiliations, it has been fascinating to watch from any perspective. With a large pool of candidates that has dwindled down to a select few: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as the frontrunners of the Democrats and Republicans, though Jill Stein and Gary Johnson remain as third-party candidates for the Green Party and Libertarian Party. When...

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Weekly student interview: Matthew Vasilj
Oct03

Weekly student interview: Matthew Vasilj

This week, I met with sophomore Matthew Vasilj. He is an International Business major with a History minor. In addition to a full slate of classes, Vasilj competes in the hurdles for Saint Mary’s track team and he’s a resident adviser in Saint Edward’s Hall. He’s also a leader of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes on campus. Cardinal: How would you describe your experience at SMUMN? Matthew Vasilj: Saint Mary’s has been a very...

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Kayla Strong 5k Climb
Oct03

Kayla Strong 5k Climb

Grace Van Beest Editor in Chief This Saturday at 11 a.m. on Saint Mary’s University campus, the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) is hosting a 5k race called “The Kayla Strong 5k Climb” to help raise money for the Jones family and show our support. At the end of July, Kayla Jones, younger sisters to SMUMN Women’s Basketball player Sam Jones, was hit by a car late one night when she was out with...

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