Belles Claim Eighth at Calvin Invitational to Open Season

Results Kaitlyn Alessi and Anna McClowry both had personal record 5k runs while scoring for the Belles. Sarah Allen added a personal record of her

Belles Victorious in Season Opener

Box Score Emily Rompola, Liza Felix, Mary Wandor, and Jennifer Buck each scored a goal. Saint Mary's out-shot Manchester 13-7 and held a 7-1

Belles Swept Twice on Opening Day

Saint Benedict Box Score - Birmingham Southern Box Score The Belles fell 3-0 (25-23, 25-17, 25-13) against the College of Saint Benedict and 3-0 (25-

Mother Teresa’s Clear, Quiet Message at Saint Mary’s

September 2, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.) — Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, better known as Mother Teresa, will be canonized on Sunday into sainthood. It will

Presidential Listening Tour: A Foundation for the Future Announced

September 2, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.) — Today, Saint Mary’s College President Jan Cervelli launched her Presidential Listening Tour: A Foundation for

Professor Laura Kloepper on WSBT discussing bats and mosquitos

September 2, 2016 (Notre Dame, IN) — WSBT came by on Thursday to talk with Dr. Laura Kloepper about her research on bats and bats as a solution to

Reduced Shakespeare Company Brings Twist on American History to Saint Mary’s College

August 30, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.) — Saint Mary’s College will welcome the critically acclaimed Reduced Shakespeare Company to the O’Laughlin

Christian Culture Lecture presents ‘America’s Historian-in-Chief,’ Doris Kearns Goodwin

August 29, 2016 (Notre Dame, Ind.) — The Saint Mary’s College Department of Humanistic Studies is proud to announce that world-renowned presidential

Belles Solid in Season Opener

The Belles finished second at the Cross Town Rivalry. The team shot a 326 in traditional scoring and a +37 in Stableford Format scoring. Eight Saint

Speech Language Pathology Open House 10/7
October 07
Prospective graduate students are invited to learn more about the Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology program during this open house.