St. Mary’s College of Maryland students who had been relocated to area hotels while their residence halls were cleaned of mold will be moved to a floating residence: Their new home will be a ship docked at or near the college’s pier on St. Mary’s River. The ship, the Sea Voyager, an independently owned cruise Find out more »
The St. Mary’s College of Maryland library will hold a public book sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 4-5 outside its library. There will be fiction, nonfiction, textbooks, and VHS tapes. The book sale takes place rain or shine.
More than 150 boats tackled stiff southern breezes that made for lumpy seas, continuous tacking, and tough sailing during the 38th St. Mary’s College of Maryland Governor’s Cup Yacht Race that sailed from Annapolis to St. Mary’s City Friday night. “All these boats, crossing and ducking all night,” said Steve Jaenke, on board the Defiance for Find out more »
Today, St. Mary’s College of Maryland graduated one of its largest senior classes of 466 students on the campus Townhouse Green. To emphasize the college’s reputation for volunteerism and to acknowledge the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps, the Commencement speaker was Peace Corps Deputy Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet. Also, honorary degrees were awarded posthumously to Sargent Find out more »
Winner of the 2010 Jansson Prize for Environmental Writing, sponsored by the Potomac River Association (PRA) and the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, is Steve Carr, of Annapolis. Carr and second prize winner Robert Willie, of California, will be recognized at an awards ceremony during Earth Day Find out more »
St. Mary’s College of Maryland students raised $36,103.15 for the American Cancer Society in their second annual Relay for Life, held on the college campus on February 26-27, 2011. More than 300 students, faculty, and staff participated in the event. Joanne Goldwater, associate dean of students/director of residence life had a personal investment in the Find out more »
A group of 68 enthusiastic St. Mary’s College of Maryland students and faculty leaped into the cold St. Mary’s River yesterday to raise awareness of climate change in the fifth annual Polar Bear Plunge. Water temperature was in the 30s. Onlookers cheered as the participants triumphantly jumped up and down in the water in celebration. Find out more »