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Sean Flynn '20 wins the ski portion of Jibfest

Students gather for 17th Annual JibFest

Photos and story by Corinne Duffy Misty clouds of breath surrounded  students who gathered in the 28 degree weather on Friday night from 5-8 pm on the 3s field for the 17th Annual Jibfest, a competition where students from the ShredSMC club compete for a judges panel to determine which […]

Students make little cars for children in need

Students make little cars for children in need

By Elizabeth Stapleton What happens when a biology professor and an education professor decide to build a car? Earlier this year, fueled by a passion for building low cost alternatives to power -wheelchairs for young children with disabilities, professors Mary Beth Doyle and Donna Bozzone found themselves learning and practicing […]

New leadership appointed to Center for Women and Gender

New leadership appointed to Center for Women and Gender

  By Phoebe Laidley-Collias   Following the layoff of Micalee Sullivan, former director of the Center for Women and Gender, the school has appointed new staff to work at the Center. In addition to Gabby Elmoussaoui, a current graduate student at the college and current coordinator of the CWG, the […]

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Thor: Ragnarok review, a thunderous success

By Jack Martin The term “Superhero movie” does not do Thor: Ragnarok, the new movie released earlier this month and the newest offering from the ever expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, enough justice. Ragnarok is not your average cape and tights film, but a bold, epic, and absurdly hilarious spectacle that […]

Top administrator abruptly resigns

In an unexpected shift, the vice president of the office of institutional advancement, Richard Daniel, resigned on Oct. 9. The VP of institutional advancement (IA) leads the offices of annual giving, individual giving, alumni and family relations, foundation relations and sponsored programs, advancement services, and as of recently career services, […]

Photo courtesy of Loung Ung

Loung Ung ’93 published her memoir First They Killed My Father in 2000.

Alum’s memoir adapted for Netflix

By Jack Martin When she was seven, Loung Ung and her family were fleeing their home in the capital city of Cambodia, laden with the few possessions they could carry, trying to escape the grasp of the rogue communists who were rampaging and killing. For five years, Ung worked in […]

Conservatives re-evaluate the political bubble

Conservatives re-evaluate the political bubble

By Eva Wilton Last April, three students formed the SMC Conservative Group, and they held their first event Oct. 18 to encourage educated civil discourse on current political issues. The founding members said they have been challenged by their conservative stance at a predominantly liberal campus and especially post Trump’s […]