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Read More November 8, 2021 Expansion Promises Strong Future for Health Services Saint Mary’s Department of Nursing Science has long been praised for its high level of education and training. Read More November 8, 2021 Student Events Add to Inauguration Festivities Students embrace Inauguration, leading their own events to start and end the week with a lip sync battle and Rave Around the World Silent Disco. Read More November 8, 2021 Displaying Discoveries in Science, Art, Humanities As the corners of the Moreau Center for the Arts came to life with violins and violas, about 300 guests wove through the center to the backdrop of student and faculty art exhibits. Read More November 8, 2021 The World Needs Saint Mary's Women A recent article in Forbes got President Conboy thinking. In her November letter to the community, she dissects what it means to be a woman's college in today's world. "The world needs colleges and universities that avow as priorities the ethical and spiritual development and the social and economic empowerment of women. Moreover, the world needs colleges and universities inspired by faith that wrestle with big and enduring questions In short, the world needs Saint Mary’s." Read More November 8, 2021 Ongoing Anxiety as Pandemic Persists Q & A with Catherine Pittman, professor of psychology; Ongoing Anxiety as Pandemic Persists: Understanding the Human Brain Read More November 8, 2021 Exploring New Campus Art Midway through Inauguration week, a discussion and tour brought attention to some of the College’s latest acquisitions. Molly Gower, interim vice president for Mission, joined Tiffany Bidler, associate professor of art history, to host Representing Holiness: An Exploration of Marian Art. Read More November 8, 2021 Still Making History Even though the 50th Jubilee Reunion weekend for the classes of 1970 and 1971 didn’t happen as planned, virtual reunion gatherings have brought the classmates closer than ever. Read More November 8, 2021 Fall 2021 Campus Briefs News and updates from around campus for fall 2021. Read More November 4, 2021 Research Reveals Sisters of the Holy Cross’ Displacement Work The Cushwa-Leighton Library was transformed Wednesday afternoon into a history museum that highlighted the archives and records of the Sisters of the Holy Cross. The exhibit, “The Displacement Project,” began as a research project in the fall of 2019 by a team of students and faculty. Read More November 4, 2021 Music Beyond the Classroom The weekly Recital Forum Series has supplemented the Music Department’s course offerings for as long as the department members can remember. Every Monday at noon during the academic year, the Music Department invites guests to present on how music has shaped their career.