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 This past February six Saint Mary’s students gave up a weekend to compete in the COMAP (the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications) Modeling competition, competing against over 2500 teams from around the world. Divided into two teams, the students participated in the contest that involved solving an open-ended problem. Their...
Erin Heck '08 earned a BS in chemistry from Saint Mary's and a BS in engineering from the University of Notre Dame.Alumna Erin Heck will begin a new chapter in her life this year. She’s a recent graduate of the Dual Degree Program in Engineering, a unique offering from Saint Mary's and the University of Notre Dame. Erin will be heading off to...
The 13th Annual Symposium Every year, Saint Mary’s College hosts the Symposium on St. Thomas Aquinas. Aquinas was a highly influential theologian, and in 1323, he was declared Doctor of the Church by Pope Pius V. The thirteenth annual Symposium will be held in the Student Center tonight, Thursday, January 28 at 7 p.m. For all interested, the event...
Preparing for Christmas: Saint Mary’s celebrates with Lessons and Carols On Sunday students, faculty, staff, and members of the community joined their voices in song for Lessons and Carols, an annual Christmas celebration presented at the Church of Loretto. The program included readings, reflections, songs, and a whole lot of Christmas cheer....
Saint Mary's Accounting Students Place First in ICPAS Collegiate Contest Betsy Reed, Maureen Temchuk, Mary Ann Merryman, Maggie DePaola, and Allison Courtney How does a small certified public accounting (CPA) firm best deal with client retention in this struggling economy?  According to judges for the Indiana Certified Public Accounting...
The Office for Civic and Social Engagement (OCSE) at Saint Mary's College is coordinating its 5th annual 12 Days of Christmas Project, December 1-12. Students, faculty, and staff will participate in special events, service projects, and fundraisers, which will provide food, clothing, and gifts to area families in need this Christmas season....
Babi Bohoroquez '11 and Aileen Hurd '12 On a not so sunny, cold day in March, over 100 Saint Mary’s students and members of the community came out in support of those who are less fortunate. On March 28, students from the Office for Civic and Social Engagement (OCSE) came together for the Yes We Can! Walk. In its second year, walkers raised money...
Saint Mary's College is hosting the sixth Annual Diverse Students' Leadership Conference (DSLC) beginning on Tuesday, March 29 to Thursday, March 31, 2011. A committee of Saint Mary's students planned and will lead the entire conference. The purpose of DSLC is to introduce students, faculty, and the South Bend community to individuals and ideas...
Clayton and Maryann Mathile, Jennifer Mathile Prikkel ’95, and President Carol Ann Mooney at the gift announcement. A standing room only crowd attending the "Celebration of the Education of Women in Science" on Saturday, March 26, was brought to its feet when President Carol Ann Mooney '72 shared the news that philanthropists MaryAnn and Clayton...
A pioneer in the education of women, science has been an important component of Saint Mary's curriculum for nearly 150 years. On Saturday, March 26, the College will host a series of events titled "Celebrating the Education of Women in Science" to showcase the accomplishments and achievements of our students and alumnae in the field of science....