Martin Luther King, Jr. day brings the start of the new semester at St. Mary’s. Today is what I would call transition day. Most students moved back to campus Sunday afternoon, and spent today reconnecting with friends, buying textbooks, and taking a deep breath before the train starts moving tomorrow. This morning St. Mary’s held [...]
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In 1981 Sherrie Bailey graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland with a degree in human development. This spring she was selected by Governor O’Malley and installed as Baltimore County’s newest Circuit Court Judge. Bailey attended law school at the University of Notre Dame and worked for 22 years in the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s [...]
It’s summer time! Grab a bottle of water, you sunscreen, shorts, a t-shirt, and of course your trusty trowel, shovel, and screen. Wait a minute, that can’t be right! For students working with SMCM professor Julia King, the summer is spent in Charles County’s Zekiah Swamp in search of Governor Charles Calvert’s summer house from [...]
So in case you get bored on Saturday morning, we’ve found the solution. This weekend, college sports channel ESPNU will feature the 2009 ICSA/GILL Co-ed National Dinghy Sailing Championship won by St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) when it took place at the St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco on June 3. The race dates [...]
From Jan Harley of Media Pro International – San Francisco, Calif. (June 2, 2009) – All the pieces were in place today for an exciting finale to determine the 2009 ICSA/Gill National Championship on San Francisco Bay, from warmer air and sea conditions, to good breeze, to a close contest between the two frontrunners for [...]
Ever wonder what topic you might pick to study for your St. Mary’s Project? Check out this video from WBAL Channel 11 in Baltimore to learn how 2009 St. Mary’s graduate Bonnie McCubbin discovered the identity of the possible arsonist of Cokesbury College 200 years ago as part of her SMP. After graduating Bonnie will [...]
Watch out world! There are 480 new St. Mary’s graduates in the world! St. Mary’s celebrated the graduation of our senior class Saturday, May 16th. The students selected Frank Warren as their graduation speaker. Warren is the founder of PostSecret, created in 2005. Readers anonymously send in a secret which has been causing them guilt, [...]
St. Mary’s purchases renewable energy credits to cover its electricity needs. When totaled, “by purchasing more than 17 million kilowatt-hours of green power, St. Mary’s College of Maryland has achieved the equivalent impact of reducing the CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions of more than 2,000 passenger cars annually.” 2,000 cars … that’s a lot. On Monday, [...]
Sahar Shafqat, an associate professor of political science at St. Mary’s College of Maryland wrote an editorial in the Baltimore Sun in early March about recent developments in Pakistan. Professor Shafqat’s teaching and research areas are comparative politics, ethnic politics, democratization, third world politics, and asian politics.
John Weaver of the Baltimore Sun recently sat down with the St. Mary’s men’s lacrosse coach.