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US News and World Report Read More US News and World Report Saint Mary’s College announced it received three national rankings from U.S. News and World Report’s in its list of Best Colleges for 2021. An Evening With Tara Westover Read More An Evening With Tara Westover A jaw-dropping 35,000 people from around the world registered to take part in An Evening With Tara Westover, a virtual event that was part of the Christian Culture Lecture series at Saint Mary’s College. SMC Care Read More SMC Care Saint Mary’s College has announced a new around-the-clock telehealth service for students. The service, SMC Care, provides free access to medical and mental telehealth care for all undergraduate students whether they live on or off campus, as well graduate assistants who live on campus. Still Working for Equality Read More Still Working for Equality Today, we honor the American labor movement and celebrate the social and economic contributions of workers. We also remember the incredible influx of women into the workforce beginning in 1942 as men were shipped to boot camp, military bases, and overseas combat. SMC Partners with Notre Dame's IDEA Center Read More SMC Partners with Notre Dame's IDEA Center Saint Mary’s College has entered into a new collaboration with the IDEA Center at the University of Notre Dame, a move that is part of a wide-ranging acceleration of programming to support innovation and entrepreneurship at Saint Mary’s. Continuing the Fight For Women's Equality Read More Continuing the Fight For Women's Equality Since 1973, August 26 has been celebrated as International Women’s Equality Day. Established by Congress, this day honors the achievements of the 19th amendment, which in 1920 gave women the right to vote. As we mark the 100th anniversary, we also recognize that it is not exactly the landmark achievement many people today grew up believing. A Letter from the President Read More A Letter from the President In a letter to the students of Saint Mary's College, President Katie Conboy urges students to stay on campus. "Let me be clear. Our precious time together on campus is at risk," she writes. "Right now, while we have only three positive cases among the Saint Mary’s College community, we are growing concerned. The trends on other campuses — high infection numbers that are largely due to off-campus activities — are undermining our own campus precautions. We are alarmed by what we are seeing, and it has us on high alert." Personal Choices Can Impact Entire Population Read More Personal Choices Can Impact Entire Population Interim VP of Student Affairs Gloria Roldán Jenkins outlines how daily behavior impacts our environment. Fall Sports Postponed Following MIAA Decision Read More Fall Sports Postponed Following MIAA Decision The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) announced the postponement of conference competition for fall sports for the 2020-21 academic year on July 30 due to the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic. The decision was made by the MIAA Presidents' Council on Wednesday evening. July 28, 2020 Read More July 28, 2020 Dear Saint Mary’s Community, When I ended my letter to you last month, I was feeling the heady rush of the Le Mans start: I compared launching my first week as President of Saint Mary’s with revving up for that classic endurance race involving high-powered automobiles. But at the end of my message, I promised that while I would continue to move quickly to get up to speed (as it were), I would also slow down and balance important decisions and actions with research and reflection on the unique character of this College.