Berkeley documentary aims to teach students tolerance

Berkeley, CA (KTVU)- In the late 1980's a Facing Fear Producer/Director Jason Cohen along with Matthew Boger & Tim ZaalNeo-Nazi skin head beat up and nearly killed a young gay man in Southern California.

Juvenile In Justice with Richard Ross

Date & Time 
Tue, 01/21/2014 - 19:00 to 20:30

Juvenile In Justice is a project to document the placement and treatment of American juveniles housed by law in facilities that treat, confine, punish, assist and, occasionally, harm them.

Filmmaker Magazine Notes "Fruitvale" Director's Ties to SMC

Filmmaker Ryan Coogler, a former student at Saint Mary's, won the top prizes at the Sundance Film festival, the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award for U.S. Dramatic film, for "Fruitvale," a film he wrote and directed about the tragic killing of unarmed Oscar Grant by a BART police officer on New Years Day in 2009.

Contra Costa Times Profiles 'Academic Adventures' in Jan Term 2013

The Contra Costa Times profiled some of the unique courses offered during Saint Mary's 2013 January Term. Correspondent Lou Fancher, who frequently covers SMC events, spoke to several Saint Mary's professors about classes during the current Jan Term, including History Professor Myrna Santiago, whose students are traveling to Cuba, Communication  Professor Shawny Anderson, whose students are traveling to Haiti and January Term director Sue Fallis.

Changing the World 101 with Jason Connell

Date & Time 
Tue, 01/08/2013 - 19:00 to 20:30

Jason Connell is a 26-year old world traveler who has volunteered in some of the world’s poorest regions. Changing the World 101 paints an authentic, compelling and stirringly personal portrait of human life around the world beyond the “typical” American experience.  Through Jason’s brilliant, engaging and personable style, audiences clearly envision this reality outside their borders; and more vitally, they feel the truth of it in their heart.

Soulful and Sacred: Celebrating the Black Catholic Experience

Date & Time 
Tue, 01/15/2013 - 17:30 to 20:30

Celebrate the joyful sounds of African American Catholic gospel music and worship traditions in the Saint Mary’s College January Term cultural celebration Soulful and Sacred: Celebrating the Black Catholic Experience.

Students in “Genre Busters” Course Become TV Experts

Class Teaches Students to Look at Programs More Critically

San Jose Mercury News Profiles Jan Term Science of Baking Course

Jackie Burrell, the Bay Area News Group's food editor stopped by the chemistry lab of SMC professor Michelle Shulman recently. Burrell wanted to learn more about Shulman's annual Jan Term course "How Baking Works: A Tasty Way to Explore Science." 

The visit resulted in the news story "St. Mary's puts the chemistry in baking," which appeared in the Time Out section of several Bay Area News Group outlets, including the Contra Costa Times, Oakland Tribune and San Jose Mercury News. 

KGO Radio, Patch Spotlight Jan Term Cambodia Trip

KGO Radio, and the Lamorinda Patch, spotlighted the SMC Jan Term Cambodia travel course “Cambodia - Access to Clean Water and Educational Resources for Underserved Populations,” taught by Susie Miller Reid, Director of the Center for International Programs and Ksenija Soster Olmer.  KGO reporter Leslie Brinkley interviewed Miller Reid in Cambodia about the focus of the travel course.


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