Below are the stories from the Spring 2014 issue.
Our love affair with all things digital—and the vicissitudes of the Great Recession—has also led a growing legion of commentators to question the value of a traditional liberal arts education.
We’re cool with technology and everything it does to improve our lives. But we’re not alone in thinking it’s time to get a grip on how digital technology is affecting the human app.
The benefits of returning to a natural state of health—without the consumerism, trendiness and technology that pervade the so-called wellness industry.
The wife of Saint Mary’s new president describes the enlightening and unpredictable journey her life, career and passions have taken.
Engage "Head, Heart and Hands" in support of service-learning.
For Matthew Zapruder, Saint Mary’s new assistant professor of English, leaving the world of dreams and waking up early in the morning to drink a warm cup of coffee while he writes poems for a few hours is his taste of pure happiness.
Theater program shines in West Coast premiere.
The Saint Mary's men's rugby 7s team concluded its best-ever season by taking second place in the USA Rugby College 7s National Championships.
Dismantle, immerse, reflect and transform.
Getting graduate alumni more involved in Saint Mary’s will be a key focus of the Alumni Board for the next two years, under the leadership of J.P. Musgrove ’07, the board’s new president.
Breeanne "Breezy" Jackson '04 can take the heat — and the mind-numbing cold. As an environmental scientist, Jackson has done everything from gather data in the blistering heat of a wildfire to her current job—teaching survival skills to research scientists in Antarctica.
Women’s & Gender Studies program celebrates its 20th anniversary.