Zach Palma shares study abroad experience

Zach Palma shares study abroad experience

  Saint Mary’s men’s soccer player Zach Palma recently wrapped up his soccer career at SMU. The senior played in all of the Cardinals’ 18 games this season and played in 61 games during his four-year career here. The Washburn, Wis. native was also named All-MIAC...
Salvation for Syria event raises awareness

Salvation for Syria event raises awareness

  Previously published in the Cardinal student newspaper by Katy Teske, Cardinal staff Approximately 70 students attended the Salvation for Syria event on Friday, Nov. 8 to hear Dr. David Lynch speak about the status of the war in Syria. CAPTION: Dr. David Lynch...
Dolan and Domanico unite to highlight sciences

Dolan and Domanico unite to highlight sciences

  Spring event to showcase the sciences for Chicago alumni Doctors James Dolan ’79 and John Domanico ’77 hadn’t seen much of each other since the ’70s. Dolan was a freshman at Saint Mary’s when Domanico was a junior, but the two shared at least one physics class...
Criminal justice brought to life in wildlife refuge internship

Criminal justice brought to life in wildlife refuge internship

  The Winona area is blessed with an abundance of natural areas and wildlife. It’s located in the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge, 261 miles of land and water bordering Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Framed by steep wooded...
Perfect 4.0 GPA helps SMU junior win student-athlete award

Perfect 4.0 GPA helps SMU junior win student-athlete award

  Saint Mary’s junior Katie Stolz was recently awarded the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s prestigious Elite 22 Award for women’s cross country. The MIAC Elite 22 Award recognizes the true essence of the student-athlete by honoring the individual...
Modern adaptation of classic satire hits the Page

Modern adaptation of classic satire hits the Page

  Previously published by the Cardinal student newspaper by Paul Schmitt, Arts & Entertainment Editor The Page Theatre underwent a Russian invasion the weekend of Nov. 7-10 with the student performance of “The Government Inspector.” The play, written in 1836...
Page 45 of 73« First...102030...4243444546474849...6070...Last »