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A Conversation About Race and Privilege Read More A Conversation About Race and Privilege On September 20, 2021, the Center for Spirituality and the Division for Inclusion and Equity hosted a discussion based on Father Daniel P. Horan's latest book, <em>A White Catholic’s Guide to Racism and Privilege</em>. Inauguration Plans Continue for President Katie Conboy, Ph.D. Read More Inauguration Plans Continue for President Katie Conboy, Ph.D. Plans are underway for the Inauguration of the 14th president of Saint Mary’s College, Katie Conboy. A series of inaugural events will be hosted on campus from September 28 – October 10. Branch Out and Stay Rooted Read More Branch Out and Stay Rooted "This idea had occurred to me one evening as I contemplated the stately trees that line The Avenue and the many other majestic trees on campus that make this place a kind of sanctuary. What can a tree teach us?" President Katie Conboy muses in her September letter to the College the ways in which trees can serve as a metaphor for our Saint Mary's experience. Saint Mary’s Alumna for the Gold Read More Saint Mary’s Alumna for the Gold All summer, we’ve seen the inspiring stories of the US Olympics and Paralympic games across the media and on our social media feeds. This incredible work is the result of Saint Mary’s own Kate Hartman ’04, who in April was named Chief Communications Officer for The United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee. Celebrating Resilience Together Read More Celebrating Resilience Together One ending is always the beginning of something new, whether it’s the end of a college education or the end of a global pandemic. Commencement Highlight Read More Commencement Highlight Wearing bright blue stoles intricately embroidered with the French Cross, 29 seniors from diverse backgrounds celebrated the 14th annual Multiethnic Graduation Celebration May 19, 2021.n Regard the Past to Envision the Future Read More Regard the Past to Envision the Future Saint Mary’s rises to the challenge of learning, living, and growing during a pandemic. Reuniting from Afar Read More Reuniting from Afar While many alumnae anticipated greeting their classmates with hugs this year, Reunion weekend connected them virtually for the second year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Upon Reflection Read More Upon Reflection In the Summer 2021 edition of Courier, President Conboy reflects on women taking flight. Campus Celebrates Juneteenth Read More Campus Celebrates Juneteenth The sound of drums could be heard across campus Friday, June 19, to celebrate this year’s Juneteenth—the first year the day is recognized as a national holiday.