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Read More May 10, 2021 Finance Presentation Yields Lifelong Returns Retired adjunct professor Mark Bradford gave a lecture that created real-life financial change for his students. Read More May 9, 2021 Thriving Through Ongoing Care and Connection Two Saint Mary’s students are learning that experience is the best teacher through their unique relationship with an 8-year-old South Bend girl. Read More May 8, 2021 Courier Campus Briefs News from around campus Read More May 6, 2021 Upon Reflection In the past few weeks, we have celebrated Holy Week and Easter and observed how the cycles of the Church calendar connect to the natural world to celebrate renewal and rebirth. And there are certainly signs of spring at Saint Mary’s College! The willow trees have their early green edges; the bulbs are bursting forth in flower; the magnolias are at full bloom, and the ubiquitous forsythia add a golden glow all around the campus. Read More May 6, 2021 Sisterhood of Service Provides Random Acts of Kindness A new student club banded together to spread hope during an unusual year. Read More May 2, 2021 Campus Art Collection Blossoms This spring, more than 20 new pieces will expand the College’s art collection. Read More April 26, 2021 In Solidarity This week completes a particularly difficult Sexual Assault Awareness Month. In this letter to students, faculty, and staff, President Conboy reflects on its meaning, and on how we can continue to move forward in support of survivors of sexual violence. Read More April 21, 2021 Our Work for Justice Continues As a college community, what can we do in the face of human suffering, anguish, and demands for change? President Katie Conboy and Executive Director Redgina Hill ask for continued work toward racial justice in a letter to students, faculty, and staff. Read More April 19, 2021 Spring Has Sprung In a message to the Saint Mary's community, President Katie Conboy talks of spring and poetry, as we move through this season of hope and see the completion of the academic year just ahead. Read More March 25, 2021 Nursing Sciences Earn Top Ranking Academic reputation, student success and program depth have earned Saint Mary's Department of Nursing Science a third-best ranking among nursing schools in Indiana. The nursing program also ranks in the top 3% of the best nursing schools in the country, according to Nursing Schools Almanac. Only Indiana University and Purdue University rank higher among nursing programs in the state.