East Bay Times columnist Gary Peterson reported on actor and SMC alumnus Mahershala Ali’s captivating commencement address to the Saint Mary’s class of 2016.
The Telegraph, the largest circulated English daily in Eastern India, quoted Professor Barbara McGraw in a story about a state education commission decision on replacing references to India with “South Asia” in California K12 textbooks.
In THE WEEK
, Native American novelist, poet and short-story writer Sherman Alexie selects English Professor Lysley Ternorio’s book Monstress
among his top books on identity.
’s new platform Motto
highlighted the moving commencement address from
CBS5/KPIX-TV interviewed SEBA Economics Lecturer John Gruenstein about a new report from the Pew Research Center that shows a shrinking middle class in the Bay Area.
Delta Airlines' Sky Magazine
interviewed Dean of Library and Academic Resources Patricia Kreitz about the learning styles of millennials in the feature story "Higher Learning Across Th
The Catholic Voice reports on the Mission and Ministry Center’s recent immersion trip to Skid Row in Los Angeles. The immersion trip provided seven SMC students with opportunities to gain a better understanding of the plight of homeless youth in LA.
KCBS news spoke with Biology Professor Douglas Long about increased sightings of humpback whales in San Francisco Bay.
Submitted by Mike McAlpin on Thu, 2016-05-12 11:26
Twenty-one-year-old Evelyn Minaise, an outstanding student majoring in politics and the editor-in-chief of the Collegian, Saint Mary’s College’s student newspaper, has been selected as the valedictorian for the 2016 graduating class.
Submitted by Mike McAlpin on Tue, 2016-05-03 13:27
A new research study, co-authored by Saint Mary’s College Management Professor Michael Hadani, reveals how some companies have been successful in blocking corporate social responsibility (CSR) proxy proposals by engaging in corporate political activity and receiving preferential treatment from the Securities and Exchange Commission.