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    Getting Through Lent With Dear Addy

    Dear MSMC Students, The time has finally come: Lent. That’s right by now we have all chosen to give up something in or add something into our lives for the […]

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    The MSMC Eagles: An Update

    By Claudia Larsen When students returned for the 2018 spring semester they were greeted by an interesting surprise: the MSMC campus had recently gained its very own pair of bald […]

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    Jay Asher Uninvited from MSMC After Sexual Harassment Accusations

    By Silvia Marin “Thirteen Reasons Why” author Jay Asher has been uninvited from participating in MSMC lectures due to reports of sexual harassment accusations. In February 2018, the Associated Press reported […]

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    Moving to Zero: An iROC Presentation

    By Tori Kuhr The latest presentation in the Investigating Research on Campus series (iROC) was given by Elizabeth Harper, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology in MSMC Division of Natural Sciences, […]

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    Warmth in the Cold: Unity in 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics

    By Silvia Marin The Olympics began with an opening ceremony nothing short of spectacular this year in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Despite many political conflicts and agendas, there was a common […]

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    Flu Fighters: It’s Cool to Be Clean

    By Tanner Tait Fighting through the thick of winter, many Americans are finding themselves tired, rundown and unwell: an unfortunate reminder that flu season has returned. This season is especially […]

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    News of the World: In the Search of Truth, Yesterday and Today

    By Troy Watson “News of the World” is a work that, despite its historical trappings, deals intimately with important contemporary issues. I think that modern readers will find much to […]

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    Broadway’s “Anastasia”: A Review

    By Quentin Salgado Last semester a group of Mount students headed to New York City to see “Waitress” a broadway musical. Now, Student Activities has gotten tickets for another great broadway […]

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    The 2 New Residents of the MSMC Campus

    By Claudia Larsen Students returned for the 2018 Spring semester to find two new residents on campus: a pair of bald eagles! The pair is nesting in a large tree […]

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    #MeToo and “Enough is Enough”: A Fight Against Sexual Misconduct

    By Silvia Marin Mount Saint Mary College has received a $300,000 grant from the Department of Justice Office of Women Against Violence that will be used in partnership with Safe […]

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    Can Tabs for Kids

    By Charlie Sloves A new project has evolved on campus in hopes to help fund medical needs for children who are patients at Shriners Hospitals by collecting the tabs off […]

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    You are NOT Mental

    By Tori Kuhr Mental illnesses are silent diseases of the mind that are amongst the hardest to treat and understand. Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) prioritized caring for their student’s […]

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    “Oh, the Humanity!”: A Review

    By Tori Kuhr “Oh, the Humanity and Other Good Intentions,” a play by Will Eno, was performed by Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) students on Nov. 9, 10 and 11 […]

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    The Presidential Search Continues

    By Silvia Marin The Presidential Search Committee continues to look for a qualified President for Mount Saint Mary College who demonstrates strong leadership and, with the help of the campus […]

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    MSMC Men’s Soccer Advances to Championships

    By Alberto Gilman Mount Saint Mary College Men’s Soccer team advances to the Skyline Conference championship game after a hard-fought double-header at home. Coming off an intense game with a […]