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Sarah Belanger Earley ’71 Receives 2016 Distinguished Alumna Award

June 6, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.)—The Distinguished Alumna Award, awarded annually by the Alumnae Association of Saint Mary’s College of Notre Dame,

Marilyn Wolter Laboe ’61 Receives Humanitas Award

June 6, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.)—The Humanitas Award, awarded annually by the Alumnae Association of Saint Mary’s College of Notre Dame, IN,

Shannon Culbertson Thompson ’06 Receives Outstanding Young Alumna Award

June 6, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.)—The Outstanding Young Alumna Award, awarded annually by the Alumnae Association of Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame

2016 Alumnae Association Award Recipients Announced

June 6, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.) — Saint Mary’s College is pleased to announce the recipients of the annual awards given by the Alumnae Association

Saint Mary’s College Announces 2016 Lumen Christi Recipient

May 16, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.)—Saint Mary's College is proud to announce that Cinthya Benitez ’16, a biology major from Los Angeles was honored

Symposium for Minority, Women, and Veteran Business Owners to Be Held at College
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May 19, 2016 (Notre Dame, IN) —Saint Mary’s College is proud to be the site of the 5th annual North Central Indiana Business Conference. The State of

Youngs Both Tabbed as All-Region

Cassie and Jamie Young were both named All-Region by the NFCA on Monday. Cassie was a First Team All-Region selection. Jamie earned a spot on the

Saint Mary's to Celebrate 169th Commencement on Le Mans Green

May 13, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.)— Saint Mary’s College will host its 169th Commencement at noon, Saturday, May 14 on Le Mans Green in front of the

Multiethnic Graduation Celebration Address

By Delia Garcia ’93, Director of Communications, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and Member of the Saint Mary’s College Board of Trustees  President Mooney,

Saint Mary’s Receives Bequest of More Than $6 Million for Angela Project and Scholarship

May 12, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.) — Saint Mary’s College gratefully announces a gift of more than $6 million from the trust of Mary Lee Sheftic ’58.