Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Saint Mary’s

On Monday, January 18, Saint Mary’s held its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. Organized through the President’s Council on Inclusivity
Martin Luther King portrait and text of Drum Major Recognition

Looking Back and Looking Forward

Dear Saint Mary’s Friends, I recently wrote a reflection for the Saint Mary’s College Courier that offered a hopeful outlook for the new year. The
Le Mans Hall

Saint Mary’s HUST Professor Publishes Memoir

By Haleigh Ehmsen ’16 As college students, we often think of our professors as all-knowing. We’re captivated by their passionate lectures and they
image of part of book cover for Old Notre Dame by Professor Hicks

Equity and Inclusion on our Campus

November 18, 2020 Dear Saint Mary’s College Community, We write today to update you on the ongoing work we are doing at Saint Mary’s College to
Women standing in a line embracing

A Call to Civil Discourse

January 7, 2021 Dear Colleagues and Students, I am sure that many of you were—as I was—glued to your television screens late into last night as we
Students on Campus

Saint Mary's Mourns Loss of Sister Miriam Cooney

The following is a letter to alumnae sent by Vice President for College Relations Shari Rodriguez. Dear Alumnae of Saint Mary’s,  Please join us in
Sister Miriam Cooney

Courier Campus News

A Better Way to Study Jen Fishovitz, PhD, assistant professor of chemistry at Saint Mary’s noticed the ways her students were struggling with
Snowy view of Le Mans Hall

Education as Curiosity

Instead of filing into O’Laughlin Auditorium for this year’s Christian Culture Lecture, students gathered on Library Green to watch writer and
Tara Westover at Saint Mary's College

Supporting Future Generations

Across the country, Saint Mary’s alumnae come together in their communities to support each other and future students. With 54 alumnae clubs around
Christmas ornaments on tree

Upon Reflection

The very words upon reflection suggest looking back: considering, contemplating, musing…often nostalgically. But I’m sure many of you will agree
View of icy Lake Marian from Haggar Hall in the winter.