Brother Clarence Schenk 1932-2015
Brother Clarence Schenk, FSC, retired faculty member of the Communication Department and a beloved member of the Saint Mary’s community, died of natural causes on Friday, Aug. 21. He was 83 years old. Brother Clarence is fondly remembered as the College’s unofficial film historian. He owned 300-400 films, which he shared with students and community members in the small movie theater he built in the Brothers’ residence.
Athletes Earn Top Grades
About half of Saint Mary’s student-athletes—153 total—were honored recently by the West Coast Conference, which recognizes student-athletes who successfully balance athletic success with academic excellence, for earning a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher. A total of 15 Gaels earned gold honors with GPAs of at least 3.75.
Hollywood Goes to High School
Sociology Professor Robert Bulman connects pop culture with sociology theory by showing the differences in how low-income and middle-class high school students are depicted in Hollywood films.
Sep1M.S. in Finance Class Visitat 5:30PM, Executive Conference Center, San Francisco Marriot Hotel, 55 Fourth Street, San Francisco 94103
Sep1Tie Dye Tuesdayat 6:00PM, De La Salle Hall: Lawn
Sep2Graduate Business Online Information Sessionat 12:00PM,
Sep3LSI Info Sessionat 3:30PM, TBD
Sep3Furious 7 Movie Nightat 8:30PM, De La Salle Hall: Lawn